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The National Museum of Women in the Arts is the only public museum on earth that is solely devoted to women. Yet, despite its focus, this place is a must for anyone and everyone interested in women’s often overlooked contribution to the art world over the years. Here you’ll find and learn about works by Kahlo, Krasner, de Kooning, and O’Keefe, and there are even some pieces that date back to the 16th century. Housed in a former Masonic temple, the museum has been beautifully restored, making it a great place for a day of culture near Capitol Yards DC. Visit for one of the First-Sunday-of-the-Month Brunches that are held at the museum café from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. For the price of $25, you can enjoy a delicious meal, plus admission to the museum. Visit the website for concerts, festivals, and other special events.
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