We visited the Walters on a January Friday morning. It was my first visit here but my wife had visited when she was younger. Admission is free!
We explored three floors of the museum and saw an eclectic range of art work and historical and some scientific artifacts. Overall, this is an excellent museum that is easy to navigate and enjoyable as well as educational. We enjoyed the Asian art displays, mummies, and several exhibits of different types of battle armor. The building's architecture is also worth noting. The 4th floor has portraits of William and Henry Walters and brief biographies.
We had lunch in the museum's dining area, Cafe Q. We had a freshly brewed latte and a cappuccino. Both went well with our food after our visit through the galleries.
Parking is available across the street in a commercial lot but it can fill up quickly. We found a convenient metered spot just across the street and up a half block. It had a four hour limit... four quarters per hour. If you spend longer, come out and add additional coins.
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