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The WCMFA is a strong community anchor enhancing cultural opportunities, destination tourism, civic engagement, and economic vitality. Established in 1931 and dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting works of art for citizens from the...more
This museum always offers a great selection of art..local schools also display...its donation only..see our beautiful Diana of the Hunt statue...look over the city park lake...bring a picnic or just walk the paths. Visit the 911 Memorial we have a piece of the trade center...More
The advertising displays Norman Rockwell, a big draw. However, after visiting the entire place I inquired where it was assuming that I had somehow missed it. Turns out it is in their vault, along with a Picasso print. Seems a shame to not share those...More
Thank Andrea M
Washington Coun... M, WCMFA Staff at Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Andrea, thank you for visiting the WCMFA. We're sorry "The Oculist" by Norman Rockwell was not on view for your enjoyment. With over 6,500 hundred works or art, we do try and rotate works of art, offer exhibitions from our collections and incorporate traveling exhibitions,...More
This museum is free, has plenty of free parking, and is located in the absolutely beautiful City Park. The collection is remarkable, much more interesting than expected. Make sure to walk around the outside and garden area as well.
Walking into the Fine Arts Museum, one is immediately impressed by the outdoor sculptures and fountains lining the entrance. Inside, creations from local and nationally known artists line the halls.
The pièce de résistance is a beautiful bronze statue, "Diana of the Chase" which strikingly...More
An unexpected, very high quality, "world class" museum located in western Maryland in Hagerstown, Md. Although I used to live in Hagerstown (71 years), I still maintain my membership there because I like to visit there as often as I can and, it deserves my...More
For a community the size of Hagerstown this is a very good collection including three Rodin pieces which were very impressive as well as other works from very well know artists including William Merritt Chase and several of the Peales. The museum itself is very...More
The museum is located ideally in City Park of Hagerstown. When entering the museum you are greeted in a beautiful foyer. Although, it wasn’t a large building which allowed us to experience all the exhibits without feeling rushed. They incorporated modern technology very well. It...More
My Mother is an artist visiting from Pittsburgh Pa. What better way to celebrate her birthday then to take her to see art.The museum is in the Hagerstown city park with a large pond with swans and other water fowl.The courtyard to the museum is...More
Great place for a class field trip!
Kids-only section, lots of hands-on crafts on display in an exclusive area. Classroom environment is a semi-private section just for kids where they can create and display their art.
Adults can browse hundreds of unique historical displays and...More