Stroll On Up For Walk-In Tours
Looking for a relaxing and educational way to spend a Saturday afternoon? Then look no further than The Walters Art Museum.
Every Saturday and Sunday from 1-2 p.m. The Walters Art Museum (600 N Charles St Baltimore) offers Walk-In Tours. Registration is not required, and these tours are free! Just meet in the Centre Street inner lobby.
Walk-in tours feature unique themes and aspects of the museum’s extensive collection and are open to visitors of all ages. Tours are conducted in Spanish the first Saturday of each month, allowing visitors of all ages and language levels to learn and practice Spanish, and to explore artwork from around the world.
This Saturday May 27 come learn about Fabergé and the Russian Crafts Tradition. Journey through three centuries of luxury goods, from Imperial Fabergé eggs to icon paintings, and consider the role of the Romanov dynasty’s patronage on the arts of Russia. See a contemporary take on this legacy in After Fabergé, an exhibition of Jonathan Monaghan’s prints of his own version of the famed Fabergé eggs.
To find out the subject for future Walk-In Tours, visit https://thewalters.org/events/?tribe-bar-tag=48.
Come experience The Walters Art Museum with a whole new perspective!