Renwick Gallery in Washington DC has the No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man exhibit. The interesting part is the walking tour outside of the Renwick.
During that time, art installations are erected and many are ritually burned to the ground.
There is an eerie feeling about the displays.Then a calmness when you enter the shrine to leave a message to a loved one that has passed on. The room is filled with wooden notes that people have written down to leave behind.
What to Bring
There are 5 things I always bring on my little adventures when touring the DC area.
- hand sanitizer
- kelneex pack
- granola bars
- and GUM!
Places to Eat
At the end of our visit to the Renwick Gallery in Washington DC we decided get a bite to eat at Mai Thai. Which Jeff and I both seem to agree that they have the best green curry in town. We always start off with spring rolls and a salad. Then we move on to the main dish which is always the same.
Mai Thai Restaurant
6 King St, Alexandria, VA 22314
Places to Stay
If I have friends or family come by for a visit, I will give them my Top 3 in Old Town Alexandria. It’s close to everything and still has the 1700’s neighborhood around to tour with a few ghost stories.
Tickets to Buy
The Renwick Gallery is FREE and only steps away from the White House. You can walk around and follow the map for the out door sculptures. I can assure you as you walk around DC your will notice them on the sidewalks.
Dates: MARCH 30, 2018 – JANUARY 21, 2019
Renwick Gallery (Pennsylvania Avenue at 17th Street NW)
The easiest and quicks way to get around DC is the Metro. You won’t worry about parking and it will get you around town. To get to the Renwick Gallery in Washington DC, get off on Farragut West Station. Then a quick 1 block walk to the Renwick Gallery in Washington DC and the White House next door.
MAP//HOTELS//PLACES TO EAT
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