Head Into The Woods To See Some Art

It’s an installation like no other

Washington DC’s Kreeger Museum has been a longtime destination for art and culture aficionados. And with Sandra Muss’s recent art exhibit called “Portals,” there’s another reason to go. To allow guests interact with nature in an honest, spontaneous way, Muss created seven ten-foot-high stainless steel and mirrored columns, and configured them throughout the five and one-half acre Kreeger Museum Sculpture Garden. Set aside some time through the shady oasis to reflect, react with Muss’s pieces, and enjoy the leafy natural backdrop. When you’re ready to unwind further, book a room at The Embassy Row Hotel.

Tags

Culture, Fun, Design, outdoor

Location

Washington, DC

Hotel/Resort

The Embassy Row Hotel

Category

Local's Guides

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