Former President Barack Obama reportedly visited the National Gallery of Art in Washington on Sunday.
A crowd could be seen watching as the former president left the Smithsonian property, according to a reporter from NBC News.
There was also a round of applause and cheers for the former president, according to Twitter.
Crowd as President ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaTop nuclear policy appointee removed from Pentagon post: report Prosecutors face legal challenges over obstruction charge in Capitol riot cases Biden makes early gains eroding Trump's environmental legacy MORE leaves the National Gallery pic.twitter.com/lqPSSNrKg9— Benjy Sarlin (@BenjySarlin) March 5, 2017
Round of applause and cheers as Obama leaves the National Gallery, becoming a thing apparently— Benjy Sarlin (@BenjySarlin) March 5, 2017
They just cleared the east wing of the National Gallery of Art because Obama is here. Iconic.— Sophie Florence (@sophiebootsma) March 5, 2017
I was at the National Gallery of Art today and Barack Obama showed up pic.twitter.com/lUltonl91X— man without pants (@ManWithoutPants) March 5, 2017
Last month, the former president and his daughter Malia were spotted at Arthur Miller's "The Price," a play starring Danny DeVito, Mark Ruffalo, John Turturro, Tony Shalhoub and Jessica Hecht at the American Airlines Theatre in New York.
His visit to the theater went relatively unnoticed, with a small crowd cheering on the former president as he left the theater.
Obama was spotted in New York earlier that day, where he attracted a large crowd.