Smithsonian American Art Museum
Artworks—including paintings, sculpture, photographs, folk art, and decorative
arts from the colonial period to today—offer an unparalleled record of the
Highlights Lunder Conservation Center; Luce Foundation Center
for American Art, a public study center with more than 3,300 artworks to
explore; Kogod Courtyard with free, public Wi-Fi internet access
8th and F Streets, NW
Metro StationGallery Place-Chinatown (9th St. exit)
Every floor of the building is served by an elevator. Elevators can be found in the NW and NE sides of the lobby, in the west corridor and on the 3 floor on the E side of the Luce Foundation Center.
Admission is FREE
11:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. daily
Closed December 25Parking
Limited on-street parking at meters and several public garages are available in the neighborhood.
The accessible entrance to the museum is on G and 8th Street, NW
Public Programs and Tours
To request an interpreted or tactile tour call 202-633-8531 (voice) or e-mail