Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture, Washington DC

(4.6/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • Great place several blocks off "the mall" but worth the side trip. Take one of the free docent led tours and get some of the history behind famous paintings. Do not miss the hall of presidents. Very i...  more »
  • I know it's tough to compare the two, but we made a choce to go here before the National Art Gallery and was slightly disappointed. Maybe modern art isn't our thing, maybe we missed the point of the p...  more »
  • Stayed one block away from the museum and lived the architectural design. The building reminds me a lot of Roman architecture with the huge columns at thd front. Well worth stopping by even if for onl...  more »