I visited when much of the collection was traveling while the museum was being renovated, but the visit was worthwhile anyway. There is classical, modern, and contemporary art, with good explanatory material, exhibited in large, airy galleries. There was extensive street construction in the area, so the usual bus routes from Inner Harbor did not apply, but the bus driver explained how to walk there from the closest stop, and the museum's own information desk had a map showing how to get around the construction to a bus stop heading back.
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