What is Visionary Art? Well, we could give you the boiler plate answer of "art produced by self-taught individuals, usually without formal training, whose works arise from an innate personal vision that revels foremost in the creative act itself." Or we could tell you to visit the American Visionary Art Museum and find out for yourself. Occupying a multi-building spot on the Inner Harbor, the Museum includes a permanent collection gallery, a third-floor gallery, a tall sculpture barn, and the 45,000 square foot Jim Rouse Visionary Center, all of which combine to provide plenty of space to enjoy the museum's myriad of different pieces and exhibits. Oh, and be sure to visit Sideshow — the museum's far-above-average gift shop — before you go.