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National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC

This is the world's only museum devoted to art made by women.

This is the world's only museum devoted to art made by women. Its special exhibits can be really interesting, often featuring works from a specific part of the world. The big, beautiful building is a historic former Masonic Temple. The gift shop is extraordinary, with a collection of very unique handmade gifts from around the world.


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About National Museum of Women in the Arts

 1250 New York Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC, United States

 +1 202 783-500

 nmwa.org

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