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Kreeger Museum, Washington DC

Little known even to locals is this private house-museum with an impressive collection of paintings by the impressionist and early modern masters.

Little known even to locals is this private house-museum with an impressive collection of paintings by the impressionist and early modern masters. The house itself is a work of art, designed by modernist architects Philip Johnson and Richard Foster. The ride out to the museum will take you through some of the country's wealthiest neighborhoods.


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About Kreeger Museum

 2401 Foxhall Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA

 +1 202-337-3050

 kreegermuseum.org

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