1200 Jefferson Dr Sw
Washington, District of Columbia 20024

For the first time, the Freer Gallery's renowned Peacock Room has been restored to its appearance in 1908, when museum founder Charles Lang Freer used it to organize and display more than 250 ceramics from all over Asia. The first special exhibition in this room since its conservation in 1993, 'The Peacock Room Comes to America' highlights Freer's belief in "points of contact" between American and Asian art and underscores the relationship among the museum's diverse collections.

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