Fridays and Saturdays, 12:30–4 p.m.
Location: Centre Street Building, Level 4
Registration not required

The Walters Art Museum’s Conservation and Technical Research department, founded in 1934, is the third oldest museum laboratory in the country. The Conservation Window provides visitors with an opportunity to see our conservators at work. Conservators engage with visitors while working on conservation-related projects in a small studio space adjacent to our labs, equipped with a window opening.

During all other museum hours, visitors can visit the window to see a display highlighting an in-progress conservation project. Whether you’re interested in art, science, history, or culture, we hope you will stop by, speak with our conservators, and learn something new about the Walters’ historic collection.