The Textile Museum in the George Washington University Museum, Washington DC
(3.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This museum is part of the university and included exhibits other than textiles. The museum is by donation (suggested $8). After a crazy day of the big museums on the mall it was great to visit this l...  more »
  • The Textile Museum moved to a spanking new modern building on the GW campus. The new space allows larger exhibits. Wonderful space and lecture series. 
  • I was recommended to see this gallery and it was such a nice change to the bigger, well-known museums that Washington hosts. If you want a stunning staircase, less crowds, more intimate close-ups with...  more »
Google
  • very cool! has lots of interesting things to see. kept e busy for hours!
  • Be sure to check out the regular Saturday morning Rug Appreciation get togethers. (do check, they are held most but not all Saturdays) You can easily learn a *Lot* about rugs from all over the world and even see prime examples in person - some from Museum collections and some from private collections. These informal seminars are only an hour or so and are free to the public.
  • I loved this place. It has great art.'