National Gallery of Art- Sculpture Garden

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Admission : Free

Hours : 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Prohibitions : No cell phones
No food and drinks
Do not touch the artworks
No smoking
No drone photography

Accessibility : Wheelchair accessible
Service animals allowed
Accessible tours

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"The National Gallery of Art's Latest Addition"

National Gallery of Art- Sculpture Garden, Washington Overview

A recent addition to the National Gallery of Art, the Sculpture Garden hosts around 21 modern and contemporary sculptures inside its 6.1 acres ground.

Famous for its iconic outdoor ice-skating rink and café, the garden is located in the National Mall. The stone and glass mosaic constituted with layered narratives from Greek mythology, Louise Bourgeois’ bronze sculpture of a spider, Wandering Rocks of Tony Smith, Four-Sided Pyramid by Sol LeWitt, Mark di Suvero’s Aurora and Alexander Calder’s Cheval Rouge (Red Horse) constitute the most visited and significant attractions of the Sculpture Garden. Visit the museum’s Sculpture Garden which becomes another addition to the list of art galleries in Washington DC if you wish to spend some relaxing time around magnificent sculptures. It promises both a unique learning experience and a fun getaway from the otherwise overwhelming political chaos unfolding in the capital.

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Address : Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20565, United States

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