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Washington National Gallery of Art
National Gallery of Art
6th St. & Constitution Ave. NW , Washington DC , 20565 202-737-4215
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Discover Classic Works at the National Gallery of Art

When you stay at our conveniently located hotel in central DC, you'll be two miles from this world-class cultural destination founded by Andrew Mellon in 1941. Enjoy an impressive collection of works from the Renaissance along with classics from European and American masters that cover every medium. Make sure to take in the traveling exhibitions as well as the expansive sculpture garden. Learn more about the National Gallery of Art via a behind-the-scenes tour.


Prices -

The National Gallery of Art is free. No tickets or passes are required.

Hours -

Open daily except Christmas and New Year's Day. Monday-Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


  • Elson Lecture Series
  • Sunday Evening Concerts
  • Artful Conversations


  • Collection
  • Exhibitions
  • Tours
  • Sculpture Garden
  • Café
  • Gift Shops


  • What type of dining is there?

    There are several restaurants at the National Gallery of Art. Savor soups, sandwiches, entrées, and a waterfall at the Cascade Café. Indulge in specialty pizzas and salads at the Pavilion Café. Settle down for a superb lunch in a serene setting at the Garden Café. And treat yourself to tasty pastries and homemade ice cream at the Espresso & Gelato Bar.
  • What can I get at the gift shops?

    There is no shortage of gift and souvenir options at the Gallery Shops at the National Gallery of Art. You'll be surrounded by a cornucopia of collectibles, including prints, art books, exhibition catalogues, and posters. In addition, you'll have your choice of ties, jewelry, scarves, stationery, accessories for the home, art-related toys, activity books, and games.

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