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All reviews glass collection glass blowing glass studio across the street chess set excellent collection temporary exhibits at noon beautiful glass free admission beautiful building special exhibit glass making gift shop is on display few hours second floor spend an afternoon
Ubuhle Women's Exhibit and documentary presentation is not to be missed. Unfortunately it will only be available to see until January. It will then move on to New Hampshire, then Missouri, and Florida. Staff is available to answer questions and all of them were very...More
Went to see the Ansel Adams exhibit. 25 of his photos , small but some great work. Not crowded on a Thursday afternoon. A bonus was the Henri Farre' painting of WW I aircraft and aerial combat. Very well exhibited and the paintings are outstanding...More
so cool! did not realize the extent and beauty of this wonderful collection! saw items and artists just recently presented on Antiques Roadshow (from Charleston, WV). Plus, get to the Perry Glass Studio (across street)!by Noon for a free glass blowing demo! great experience!
Went without having any great expectations. I was pleasantly surprised. A serious art collection, well organized and attractively presented. I was further surprised by a lack of an admission fee. If the opportunity presents itself, it is a well worthwhile trip.
Had a great visit. Only wish we had more time. There is variety of types of art work. Something for everyone, even the curmudgeons. The museum contains furniture, canvas, tapestries, statues, portraits, etc.
You needn't travel to New York or DC to get your artistic fill. The Chrysler is absolutely first class, an undeniable treasure that has helped turn Norfolk from a gritty Navy town into a cultural oasis (that remains every day very proud of its Navy)....More
This museum is very impressive. In addition to their standing collection, they were showing bead work done by a group of women in Africa. I enjoyed how they integrated the current exhibit into parts of their regular collection. They took a moving and intricate bead...More
Looking for something to do on a chilly Sunday we decided to check out the Chrysler Museum of Art. I am so glad we did! The Museum is free of charge, so we did not feel we needed to see the whole thing at once...More
Hadn't been in many years and wished I hadn't let so long go by. My favorite area is the Tiffany glass collection which is one of the best in the world. All of the art is interesting and there is often Best of all for...More
A wonderful day at this museum in Norfolk, VA. Free entry and parking to a gorgeous venue. Don't miss the glass blowing demonstration across the street at 12 noon during the week. Lovely gift shop and cafe.