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Yes, the Torpedo Factory Art Center was once a torpedo Factory! today it is home to the nation's largest number of publicly accessible working artist's studios under one roof. Located on three floors you will find more than 160 artists in 82 studios and seven...More
We stopped in to view the art of the Armistice. We were surprised at the facility. What an interesting place. So many artist all in one location! We would have liked to learn more about the facility prior to its current use. We did see...More
This building is 3 floors of working art studios and galleries. Some of the studios were closed. They all make their own hours. We saw some
wonderful, wonderful pieces. 2D Art, textiles, lots of jewelry, pottery, enameling, 3D printer jewelry. Fantastic views of the river...More
This place has 3 floors which are broken town to smaller rooms. Alot of the rooms have art work and unique gifts. One little shop that caught my eye was that of man made items that were made out of torpedoes. One specifically was that...More
It was just fun to walk around the place and read a little bit about the factory. We aren't big art people, but it was nice just walking through some of the shops and seeing the talent of these people.
80 studios and 150 artists in one location. Talent in every category of art with a rich history and unique atmosphere. Plan on at least two or three hours to get to see all three floors. Very beautiful
We found the Torpedo Factory Art Center our very first visit to Alexandria several years ago, and we make it a point to go back to it every time we're in town.
The breadth and diversity of the creations you will see (fiber, photography, jewelry,...More