Orlando Museum Of ArtCurrently Closed
- Address: 2416 North Mills Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32803, 32803, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4078964231
- Fax: +1-4078969920
- Ticket Price: 10 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museums, Family And Kids, Social, Arts, Museums
As the name suggests, the Orlando Museum of Art houses a wide range of art collection for an elite audience. It exhibits permanent collections of American, African and ancient American art, and touring exhibitions. Founded in 1924, this museum has been intrinsic to Florida for having depicted the latter’s continued growth in art and culture community. Do pay a visit here for an eclectic experience and to meet with great artists and thinkers.
- The Orlando Museum of Art is “photo friendly," allowing non-flash photography in most galleries, unless specifically noted.
- Adults: $10
- Groups of 10 or more: $9.00
- Seniors (65+): $7.00
- College Students: $5.00
- Children Ages 4-17: $5.00
- Active Duty Military: FREE with valid ID
- Ages 3 and Under: FREE
- Members: Members are always FREE!
- Closed on Major Holidays.
- By Bus: Princeton St and Mills Ave Bus Station
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2.04% of people who visit Orlando include Orlando Museum Of Art in their plan
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63.64% of people start their Orlando Museum Of Art visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Orlando Museum Of Art
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We’ve lived in Orlando for 8 years and haven’t had time to really explore the city. We moved from Chicago and were always surrounded by great Art and Culture. The Orlando Museum of Art did not disappoint. It’s beautifully kept and displayed. The works of art are impeccably kept and very beautifully laid out. It was such a pleasure to take in our city’s Art and see the artifacts from this region and town. The surrounding area was quiet and spacious. We were there on a week day so it wasn’t crowded. But with so much square footage I don’t think it could ever feel that way. A must see if you love art as much as we do.
We visited the museum on a Family Day event. The kids (ages 10, 6, and 4) enjoyed a tile art project, a performance from the Orlando Ballet School dancers, a picture from Laser Photos Unlimited, and the regular art displays. We particularly liked wandering though the Nick Cave display. Our only suggestion is that they break up the crafts into more tables/a larger space to accommodate the crowds. Otherwise, a great event!
I visit this museum often because they do an amazing job of keeping the exhibits diverse and interesting. 1st Thursdays has been so much fun... met lots of wonderful people. Totally worth the price for an annual membership.
A lot more art than I expected, covering many genres. The archaeological artifacts were well documented and intriguing. The paintings were spaced so that I could walk closer, then further, then lower, to see the brush strokes. There were beautiful statues. One of marble that conveyed a gossamer dress, flowing in the wind. There were some hands on exhibits. All in all, this is a great place to absorb art.
Very nice museum with a large variety of art in their collection. When I visited we saw the Florida Contemporary Art exhibit which is an annual exhibition that features 10 contemporary Florida artist. Very impressed with the exhibition. They also have an interesting collection of African art, early American art and modern art. They have a nice gift shop and the museum is is located in a beautiful park which you can walk through to visit other museums and theaters.