Worcester Art Museum is a well-maintained Museum in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Museum, also called WAM, showcases an impressive collection of over 38,000 works of art from various cultures worldwide, from ancient times to the present day. The Museum, a three-story building designed by Stephen Earle and built by Messrs. WAM, is recognized as one of the most significant art museums in the country. It boasts the second-largest collection of arms and armor in the Americas and houses some of the most excellent Roman mosaics in the United States, as well as notable European and American art and a significant collection of Japanese prints. In addition, the Museum offers a year-round studio art program for adults and youth and a conservation lab.
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