The Workhouse Arts Center, a program of the Workhouse Arts Foundation, provides essential visual and performing arts studio and exhibition space as well as engaging arts education programs for people of all ages and artistic abilities. Set on 55 acres of land in the historic D.C. Workhouse and Reformatory, the Workhouse provides a home for more than 65 of the regions finest professional and emerging artists as well as cooperative studios, performance and theater venues, dedicated gallery space, and event facilities.
- Admission Fee: None for galleries and studios. Tickets required for some performances. Parking is generally free, though for some events (e.g., Fireworks, Carnival, and Brewfest), a nominal parking charge may apply.
- Operating Hours: Artist studios and gallery buildings are open Wednesday through Saturday 11am – 6pm, Sunday 12 – 5pm. The Workhouse Prison Museum is open Wednesday through Friday 12 – 4pm, Saturday and Sunday 12 – 5pm.
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- Handicap accessible: