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Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown
(4.8/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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  • Been meaning to visit for a while. (Museum is not well known but should be). Excellent collection, with one great Rodin, and some lesser ones. Other fine pieces, incl a childe Hassan, some 1900 Northe...  more »
  • This museum holds a great eclectic collection of good art work. From Old Masters to Norman Rockwell, there is a bit of almost everything. any pieces have good descriptive information. It was odd, thou...  more »
  • This is one of the best small art museums we have run across anywhere.. Even if you are on your way to somewhere else, it you like paintings, drawings and sculpture it is definitely worth a two hour s...  more »
  • Great small museum. If you're having an event or wedding, it makes a perfect venue! The park is also great. Take a walk around for an hour or two - you won't regret it!
  • This exceptional museum of art is well worth a visit. The quality of the displayed art; the tranquil location; and easy access (plentiful parking and free admission) make this an unexpected gem in a rural Maryland city. A trip to The Washington County Museum of Fine Art will not disappoint.
  • A fine little museum, check out the Diana gallery for a great view of the park. Peacefull spot to enjoy art.
  • It's a nice little walk through. If traveling with kids it's definitely more for the older ones.
  • Small, but free and a perfect diversion for an hour or so.