The Cummer Museum Of Art And Gardens, Jacksonville
About The Cummer Museum Of Art And Gardens, Jacksonville
The Cummer Museum Of Art And Gardens, Jacksonville - Address, Phone Number
Address: 829 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32204, United States
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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This is a public museum known especially for the fine collection of European and American paintings and of course, the holdings of the Meissen porcelain. The gardens were listed in the National Register of Historic Places in the year 2010.
The museum was established in 1961 where there was the former house of Arthur and Ninah Cummer. There are 3 flower gardens here and the oldest dates back to 1903. The lovely collection of the museum includes works even 6000 years old. There is also a Tudor style building just adjacent to the gardens where the public events and programs are hosted.
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- Photography and filming are not allowed in the gallery.
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I went with my little brother and they have little art kits where you can do watercolor paintings outside! It's a clever way to engage kids and also a lot of fun for all ages regardless of art skills. Gardens and the view are beautiful! Artwork is wonderful to view.
Nice local museum. Very nice to see artwork displayed as if in someone's house. Nice gardens though currently there is work to be done to recover from Hurricane Irma.
The Cummer museum is a historic site that is very nicely updated to display many eras of art and history. It is very good for children and have classes for them. We home school and are members of the museum now. Take a day and enjoy some of the history from the area.
First visit to the museum Went for the INK, SILK, GOLD Exhibition. Beautifully done. Stopped at the cafe for lunch, lovely staff and the food was very good for a small cafe. Nice selection. Staff throughout the museum were very friendly and accommodating. Beautiful gift shop, but on the pricey side. Look forward to returning to visit the gardens.
Stunning and beautiful. Great for kids and grownups. $2 on Thursday... Freaking awesome place
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