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A Great Little Museum - Quarterly Exhibits

I've rated this museum the full five stars as it fulfills its mission beautifully. While it's not... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
DavetheNon-Texan
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Seattle, Washington
Very good

For a small town I was impressed by the exhibition space. A local artist was exhibited, as I... read more

Reviewed June 10, 2018
susan c
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Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I've rated this museum the full five stars as it fulfills its mission beautifully. While it's not dedicated to the Northwest School (Graves, Tobey, Callahan, Cumming, etc.) - it does periodically exhibit some of their art. It is a serious museum, well curated and staffed...More

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Reviewed June 10, 2018 via mobile

For a small town I was impressed by the exhibition space. A local artist was exhibited, as I didn’t resonate with the work, I’ve forgotten the name. However upstairs was a very imaginative exhibition put together by a curator. Several works from their collection was...More

Thank susan c
Reviewed May 20, 2018

This small but attractive museum located on First Street offers an interesting collection of local and regional art. Admission is free and it's well worth a visit.

Thank TheFranceFamily
Reviewed May 2, 2018

Well staffed with knowledgeable docents, my wife and I certainly enjoyed seeing the featured artist and other items from their permanent collection. I would certainly come again.

Thank Harvey6f
Reviewed February 16, 2018 via mobile

The art was visually beautiful, but not many artists were show cased and one artist had the entire lower floor. Would like to see a larger scale of different mediums and possible sculptures.

Thank King_Kar1993
Reviewed December 5, 2017

An elegant, small, free museum with an interesting collection of regional art and friendly docents. Worth repeated visits.

Thank Bateau4
Reviewed November 2, 2017 via mobile

An unbeatable art museum. An unexpected high quality museum for a very small town. Not to be missed!

Thank Reatealya
Reviewed October 14, 2017

Take your time and visit this great northwest art museum with something for every one to enjoy and a great shop for gifts or your own home.

Thank Mike O
Reviewed October 2, 2017

This museum as across the street from Nell Thorn, and we decided to visit after lunch. Their gift shop is spectacular. I could have stayed there for hours. I admit we did not actually go into the museum, itself, but we did spend at least...More

Thank Annie F
Reviewed September 19, 2017

There were several artists featured in the small space. We were pleasantly surprised at the diversity of medium (paintings, photos, sculptures) and the annotations for each item. There was also non-themed exhibits that entertained our group of 2 adults and 2 children. Even thought the...More

Thank SagittarianTraveller
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