Experience Your National Gallery of Art
During the temporary closure, visit the Gallery virtually through video tours of current exhibitions, in-depth looks at highlights of the collection, online learning opportunities, audio and video recordings of lectures by artists and curators, and more.
To facilitate a safe experience for those returning to our campus, the Gallery will require free, timed passes for entry into the West Building. Passes will be released each Monday at 10:00 a.m.
Explore the works currently on view in the West Building Ground Floor galleries, a showcase 19th- and 20th-century sculpture; medieval, Renaissance, and baroque sculpture and decorative arts; a selection of impressionist still life paintings.
Degas at the Opéra Virtual Tour
Visit the Gallery from home and explore each room of Degas at the Opéra. Click on the different colored dots to read wall texts, listen to the audio tour, watch related video clips, and more.
Explore the Collection
Browse notable works, personally selected by Gallery curators, to find new insights about the artists and surprising details behind their most significant creations.
NGA Online Editions presents the most current, in-depth information on the Gallery’s collection along with rich capabilities for exploration.
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Denadagohvgee (I Will See You Again)
The first painting by a Native artist in the Gallery’s collection asks us to consider what we think we know about history, race, and identity.
And a Special Fear for My Loved Ones
How do we change our shared values to create a more just and equitable society?
NGAkids Art Zone App for iPad
Visit a virtual art museum where you can explore art-making tools and interactives inspired by works in the Gallery's collection.
Pride Month Art Making
Join us in an art-making activity inspired by the work of Robert Rauschenberg.
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Ten Digital Education Resources from the National Gallery of Art
To support parents and their children, teachers, students, and caregivers alike, our educators created this selection of activities, lesson plans, films, and other materials for learning at home.
Lessons and Activities
Downloadable resources for learners from Pre-K through university allow for art historical study at home.