Freer Gallery of Art
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily
Closed Dec. 25
Admission is free
The Smithsonian's National Museum of Asian Art includes the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. The Freer Gallery houses one of the premier collections of Asian art, with objects dating from Neolithic times to the early 20th century, as well as the world's most important collection of works by James McNeill Whistler.
Chinese paintings, Indian sculpture; Islamic painting and metalware; Japanese lacquer; Korean ceramics; American Art from the late 19th-century aesthetic movement; Whistler’s Peacock Room.
We encourage the use of public transportation.
Metro Station: Smithsonian (Mall or Independence Ave. exit)
There is no public parking facility for Smithsonian museums on the National Mall. A limited number of city-operated metered parking spaces are available, including several accessible parking spaces.
View a map of accessible parking spaces.
Reserved parking near the museums can be purchased in advance through ParkWhiz.
Dining and Shopping
While this location does not have dining, view dining options at our other locations.
While this location has no museum store, you can always shop online.
For disability access service requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sort By: OpeningClosing View By: display results as listdisplay results as grid
- A Collector's Eye: Freer in Egypt
- Freer's Global Network: Artists, Collectors, and Dealers
- Rinpa: Creativity Across Time and Space
- The Peacock Room Comes to America
- Meeting Tessai: Modern Japanese Art from the Cowles Collection
- A Perfect Harmony: American Art
- Setting the Bar: Arts of the Song Dynasty
- Promise of Paradise: Ancient Chinese Buddhist Sculpture
- Looking Out, Looking In: Art in Late Imperial China
- Engaging the Senses: Arts of the Islamic World
- Body Image: Arts of the Indian Subcontinent
- Art and Industry: China's Ancient Houma Foundry: Chinese Bronzes
- Rediscovering Korea's Past: Korean Ceramics
- Afterlife: Ancient Chinese Jades
- Center of the World: China and the Silk Road
View all Freer Gallery of Art exhibitions