The Walters Art Museum just went up one or two notches on the good-date-place scale. And not just because of the current exhibit African Presence: Student Response, an exhibit of work made by Baltimore middle and high school students in response to the special exhibition Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe. Though those exhibits are certainly reason enough to plan a trip to the Walters, you can now feel extra cool inviting someone along to see the exhibitions and then sit and chat about it (or yourselves) over coffee afterward.
On September 15th, the Walters opened a new café inside of the museum. It’s called Café Q, which you might recognize from the Eisenhower Library on the Johns Hopkins campus. The café is open during all regular museum hours and offers café staples such as specialty coffee drinks, teas, and smoothies as well as wraps and salads. The museum (and café) will remain open late on Thursday evenings starting in October, at which point the Walters’ good-date-place rating will rise yet again.
The Walters Art Museum is located at 600 N. Charles Street in Baltimore.
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