Freer Gallery of Art, Washington
Founded by Charles Lang Freer and opened in 1923, The Freer Gallery of Art at the Smithsonian Institution contains the largest Asian Art research library in the United States and an outstanding amount of Asian Art and artefacts dating back to the Neolithic Era.
One of the most notable current exhibitions is in the fabulous Peacock Room, with the recreation of James Whistler's famed room as it first appeared in Freer's home. Open daily except Christmas Day, entrance is free and student group tours are by appointment only. Contact FHT for assistance.