The Textile Museum in the George Washington University Museum, Washington DC
(3.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The Textile Museum recently moved from the Dupont Circle area to the GW University Campus close to the Foggy Bottom metro. The current exhibition is Bingata! Only in Okinawa. Check the website if you ...  more »
  • Who goes to Washington D.C. need to book some days (Yes days!) to visit museums. It is the largest American concentration of museums. This here is one of the best, both the acquis and by location. Recommend, but it is valid to be not too long because there are many others in the capital worth the ticket.
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  • 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 »
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  • 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.'