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The Crocker Art Museum was one of the first art museums in the U.S. and is now one of the leading art institutions in California. Established in 1885, the Museum features one of the country’s finest collections of Californian art, exceptional...more
Have visited here several times over the years. Always interesting to provoking art to see. Looks small on the outside but easy to spend an afternoon or longer here especially if it's a huge traveling exhibit like Rockwell exhibit. And allow time for the nice...More
I've been to this museum almost every year the last 40 years. They have an amazing collection. Keep an eye out for special events/exhibits. They have something for people of all ages. I've been with children as young as 5 and they really enjoyed it.
I was expecting a small art museum so was quite surprised to find out its quite bigger. They have guided tour on top of every hour, so worth joining. Our tour guide is hard to hear and can probably speak a little louder. There was...More
I have visited Sacramento, the California state capital several times but only recently discovered this small but nice art museum. I like the small, manageable displays and the setting is unusual. One part of the museum was is very modern. The other part is in...More
I live in Sacramento and have an annual membership to the Crocker Museum. Like any art museum, it houses my favorites year-round--visiting Thomas Hill's grand painting of Yosemite National Park, or Wayne Thiebaud's paintings of cakes feels like going home.
The ballroom and front entrance...More
The museum is so educational. My group had a really good time. The guide knows her craft so well. I've been here twice but i really had a good time. It is very interesting. People are nice. They rrally take care of the arts and...More
Yes....try calling the museum. But...anyone who has driven a large vehicle knows...THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES you'll find a parking place near anything! You must try your luck and hope for the best. And,or you could have... More
Yes....try calling the museum. But...anyone who has driven a large vehicle knows...THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES you'll find a parking place near anything! You must try your luck and hope for the best. And,or you could have the "designated driver" find a place within a mile or so...and remain in the vehicle while the other people are dropped off.....and they go into the venue with the plan being to make a cell phone call when they are ready to be picked up. Does anyone know any other "strategies"....???