Devoted to the arts and culture of Asia and the Pacific Islands, this manageably sized museum displays changing exhibits drawn from its permanent collection of 17,000 artworks and artifacts. It's not the place for blockbuster shows—instead, you'll find modest displays of ceramics, calligraphy, textiles, traditional robes, and the like. The building itself is worth a look: it's inspired by Han Dynasty structures and surrounds a courtyard with a koi pond. Don't miss the
newly refurbished Chinese Gallery, which houses a wide array of Chinese art.