46. Virginia: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
> Where: Richmond
> Admission: Free
> Annual attendance: 600,000+
> Known for:Faberge jeweled objects, Impressionist works, and artmobile traveling museum.
47. Washington: Museum of Pop Culture
> Where: Seattle
> Admission: $28 adults; $25 seniors (65+) and students; $22 military; $19 youth (5-17); free (4 and under).
> Annual attendance: 743,000
> Known for: Founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. Houses pop culture artifacts.
48. West Virginia: Huntington Museum of Art
> Where: Huntington
> Admission: $5; free on Tuesdays
> Annual attendance: 25,000
> Known for: Largest art museum in West Virginia; houses Appalachian folk art and plant conservatory.
49. Wisconsin: Milwaukee Art Museum
> Where: Milwaukee
> Admission: $19 adults; $17 students and seniors (65+); free for children 12 and under.
> Annual attendance: 400,000
> Known for: American decorative arts, German Expressionist prints, and Haitian art.
50. Wyoming: Buffalo Bill Center of the West
> Where: Cody
> Admission: $19.50 adults; $18.50 seniors (65+); $18 students (18+); $13 youth (6-17); free for children 5 and under.
> Annual attendance: 140,000+
> Known for: Art and artifacts of American West.
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