National Museum of
Women in the Arts

This is the only museum in the world dedicated solely to the work of women artists.  Founded in 1981, it occupies a palatial Renaissance Revival building that was formerly a Masonic Temple.  In this grand space of more than 78,000 square feet the museum displays a permanent collection that includes the work of women from the 16th through the late 20th century.

Home  Itinerary Museums Monuments Landmarks Outside Trips Miscellaneous Links Information