Everson Museum Of ArtCurrently Closed
- Address: 401 Harrison St, Syracuse, NY 13202, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3154746064
- Ticket Price: 8 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Museum, Family And Kids, Sculpture
Everson Museum Of Art - Review
Been in the country since 1897, the Everson Museum of art was the first of its kind to aim solely on collecting American art. The museum now houses around 11000 such masterpieces that range from paintings, sculptures and drawings to videos and graphics. The museum also boasts to have the largest ceramic collection in the whole of USA. Everson also is known for having one of the first video art collections in the country. This is a must-visit for art lovers.
Everson Museum Of Art Ticket Prices
- Given price is for a single adult.
- Seniors (65+): 6 USD
- Children (12 and under): Free
- Pay-What-You-Wish Admission: Every Wednesday
- Free Admission: Every Third Thursday from 05:00 PM – 08:00 PM, includes a free docent tour at 06:00 PM.
- Free Family Days and Community Days offered several Saturdays per year. Kindly refer to the official website for the excat dates.
How To reach Everson Museum Of Art by Public Transport
- Greyhound Transit Line
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55.92% of people who visit Syracuse include Everson Museum Of Art in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
48.28% of people start their Everson Museum Of Art visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Everson Museum Of Art
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Everson Museum Of Art, Syracuse Reviews
Great place to take sometime to look at some art. There's all sorts of things being displayed here from paintings, photographs and sculptures. Best to pay attention to who and what's being displayed if you want some variety. I've quite enjoyed spending time here, especially back in my high school days after school. It was a great way to end off the day before going home.
I did not actually visit the museum itself... yet. I took my son for a week long (1/2 day) Art camp. The camp was wonderful! The staff was great and they made fabulous art throughout the week. I loved that it ended with a little art show showcasing their work the last day!
A "Truly Enjoyable" Art Museum. This Museum was founded 121 years ago.. but the current building, [designed by the World Famous architect I M Pei] was built about 61 years ago. The building [which is also centrally located] is also a "Work of Art" as its facades are often used in projecting "video art". The focus of the Museum is on "American Art"... and, particularly ceramics" (including an amazing collection of old Chinese porcelain vases), and its collection has about 11,000 pieces. The permanent exhibits are also supplemented with travelling exhibits! It is definitely worth a visit! I hope that this review has been helpful.
Like most buildings by I.M. Pei I've experienced, this one is a monolithic block of poured concrete hammered into a textured finish. It's brutal, and huge, and grey. Unlike most buildings by by I.M. Pei I've experienced, it contains a lovely art museum with friendly staff and a collection of permanent and temporary works spanning a vast range of times and styles. The price of admission is very reasonable for a country where admission is charged to view storehouses of cultural treasure, and I'd pay to visit again when the opportunity presents itself.
The city market is here there second Sunday of the month. It has a lot of very nice art work for a smaller museum. Their ceramics section is extensive but was currently under construction. They have other cool events like a art murder mystery party.