The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St
The Walters Art Museum
The Walters Art Museum is a cultural hub in the heart of Baltimore. Located in the city’s Mount Vernon neighborhood, the Walters is free for all. The museum’s collection spans more than seven millennia, from 5,000 BCE to the 21st century, and encompasses 36,000 objects from around the world.
Walking through the museum’s historic buildings, visitors encounter a stunning panorama of thousands of years of art, from romantic 19th-century images of French gardens to mesmerizing Ethiopian icons, richly illuminated Qur’ans and Gospel books, ancient Roman sarcophagi, and serene images of the Buddha.
The Walters began with a gift from collector and philanthropist Henry Walters of his extensive art collection, two buildings, and an endowment to the city of Baltimore, “for the benefit of the public.” Since its founding, the Walters’ mission has been to bring art and people together and to create a place where people of every background can be touched by art. As part of this commitment, admission to the museum and special exhibitions is always free.
The Walters Art Museum located at 600 N Charles St
Transportation options available:
- There are several ways to reach the Walters using public transit. The museum is conveniently located near the free Charm City Circulator (Purple line), MTA bus lines (Silver, Green, Yellow, Pink, Purple, 95, 51, 103), and the Centre Street light rail stop.
- The Charm City Circulator is a free bus service in Baltimore. The Walters is located along the Purple line at stop number 307.
APARTMENTS LOCATED WITHIN A SHORT DISTANCE OF The Walters Art Museum:
513 Park Avenue
853 Park Avenue
715 Park Avenue
713 Saint Paul Street
1) All MTVF addresses nearby MICA are part of Downtown Safety Coalition, a cohort of police and private security providers in the area, at all levels of government; close coordination with the Baltimore Police Department on deployments, crime reporting, and monitoring safety cameras; hiring private security to supplement police patrols.
2) All MTVF apartments are all located inside small, historic buildings that feature secure access.
We are using not only disposable gloves, but also masks, shoe covers and CDC approved cleaning products products that are discarded after each cleaning. After each cleaning, we wash all our mops and microfiber cleaning cloths to the manufacturer's recommended sanitizing temperature. We only use EPA-registered disinfectants, and disinfect all surfaces especially the touched surfaces (light switches, door knobs, sink faucets, handrails, etc) and floor for fighting COVID and other viruses.
All buildings are preventively treated for pests on a regular basis by the most effective and eco-friendly pest control services that are sure to guard against termites, carpenter ants, bed bugs, or any other pests you may encounter in Mount Vernon, MD
Historic 3-building gallery with paintings & artifacts from the past 55 centuries plus films & more.