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We explore the art and artists of our time through groundbreaking exhibitions, performances, and a world-class collection. FREE ADMISSION OPEN DAILY 10 AM–5:30 PM
Our kids love to come here and see the the contemporary art - younger ones especially are intrigued by exhibits that often contain large sculptures, video and other groundbreaking work.
This is my favorite art museum in DC. The exhibitions are world class and it's a manageable size to walk through.
The Hirshhorn Museum is known for its extensive collection of modern and contemporary art from around the world, including significant works by Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore and Yayoi Kusama. The sculpture garden is a must-see, as it includes the famous Wish Tree by Yoko Ono.
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