Worcester Art Museum, also known by its acronym WAM, exhibits over 38,000 works of art from antiquity to the current date and represents cultures from all over the globe. The three-story building, designed by Stephen Earle and constructed by Messrs. WAM, ranks among the most important art museums of its kind in the nation. WAM is also home to the second most extensive collection of arms and armor in the Americas. The Museum holdings include some of the finest Roman mosaics in the United States, outstanding European and American art, and a significant collection of Japanese prints. The Museum also has a conservation lab and a year-round studio art program for adults and youth.
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