Virtual Museum

Explore seven millennia of art from cultures around the world anywhere online. The Walters Art Museum was a leader among museums in digitizing our collection and manuscripts. As an open access institution, we believe that making our artwork available digitally extends the reach of our museum.

Free access to the Walters Art Museum, online and in person, is made possible through the combined generosity of individual members and donors, foundations, corporations, and grants from the City of Baltimore, Maryland State Arts Council, Citizens of Baltimore County, and Howard County Government and Howard County Arts Council.

Support our digital resources

Summer Art Activities

We offer virtual programs and resources to engage families with art. All activities are geared toward children ages 6 to 11 and feature a variety of formats to support busy schedules and learning preference.


From artist studio visits and conversations with curators and staff to performances and behind the scenes looks, the Walters has a robust lineup of programming for you to enjoy.
Art Making DIY Videos

Art-Making Videos

In search of a quick art-making activity? This weekly video series, led by a museum educator, includes an object-looking activity and a making demo.

Digital Resources

1 West Mount Vernon Place App

Explore 1 West, also known as Hackerman House, through our free, digital app. Take a virtual tour of the exquisite 19th-century mansion and learn about its history and the people who lived and worked within its walls. Download the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play.

Art Education Online

A Walters educator can visit your virtual classroom and facilitate a presentation with your students about the museum.

Remote Learning

Use the visual arts to teach concepts of social studies, science, language arts, and math. Connect with an educator through Walters Ed Delivery.

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