Best places: Modern art museums in Washington

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National Gallery of Art - East Building
Art museum
👍 Great art gallery with lots of amazing art on multiple floors. There is also a very pretty, sparkly walkway to get you from the west to the east building, and a cafe in the east building, although it has very little in it. I really enjoyed coming here and k recommend it.
4.80 (1.3K reviews)
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Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Art museum
Museum branch showcasing handicrafts, textiles & decorative arts by contemporary national artists.
4.70 (4.6K reviews)
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The Phillips Collection
Modern art museum
Townhome venue showcasing an exquisite collection of post-Impressionist & modern art.
4.70 (1.7K reviews)
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Hirshhorn Museum
Art museum
Renowned modern & contemporary art museum with serene sculpture gardens right on the National Mall.
4.50 (5.4K reviews)
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ARTECHOUSE DC
Art center
Art & technology space with rotating immersive installations, plus a futuristic cocktail bar.
4.20 (4.9K reviews)
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American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
Modern art museum
Museum presenting the art history of Washington, plus changing exhibits of current political works.
4.60 (77 reviews)
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The National Hip-Hop Museum's ART GALLERY- TIX on SALE Now!
Museum
😠 It's not a museum. More like momentos of the hip hop era crammed into the first floor of a DC row home across from Howard U. While the vibe was nostalgic and we made the best of it, the setup could be better starting with the venue. It's not worth the vip tour. Thankfully we didnt pay for that.
4.30 (128 reviews)
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