Barbara Haddock Taylor, The Baltimore Sun
November 25, 2005
Pros: Nobody thinks of hiding in a museum, so you'll probably have the place to yourself (after clearing out the zombie curators and undead art lovers). The Walters has an extensive collection of medieval weapons and suits of armor. Unlike guns, you don't need to re-load swords, and coats of armor mean less exposed flesh for bites. That's "Sir Zombie Hunter" to you, peasants.
Cons: Like most museums, the Walters has large, open rooms, which can be hard to defend. And classic art can be distracting -- especially the paintings with the nudity and stuff.