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All reviews sculpture garden permanent collection beautiful building free admission chihuly glass pink marble el greco pollock nice collection american west fountain court varied collection grant wood special exhibit traveling exhibits gift shop children's area
This museum was the highlight of our trip to Omaha. It offers an extensive collection of art from different time periods.The building itself is a remarkable architectural feature. Just makes sure that you set aside plenty of time (~2 hours) to appreciate every artwork in...More
Free admission, nice collection. A small fee to see a traveling collection. Painting from several periods including a stellar Grant Wood ‘Stone City’. A good place to visit if you have a few hours in Omaha.
The Joslyn is amazing. A huge Chihuly, paintings by Rembrandt, Grant Wood, Thomas Hart Benton, William Hartnett, Severin Roesen, Pissarro and a few minor pieces by Monet and Renoir. In Omaha! Who would have thought it!
This is a great collection in a lovely building...More
The first thing that struck me about the museum was it’s beautiful pink marble exterior, what a statement! The museum is easy to navigate and has a lot of variety. I really enjoyed seeing the beautiful paintings, but I was particularly impressed by the blown...More
We visited Joslyn to see the transcontinental railroad spikes. Had the pleasure of enjoying other exhibts.
The Joslyn is free, except for a few paid exhibitions.
The architecture is beautiful and the building well maintained.
Enjoy the outdoor sculpture gardens. Rest enjoying Chihuly permanent display....More
You can go to their web site by googling Joslyn Art Gallery to check in current events and exhibitions as well as days and times they are open and other information. I would have attached a link but it didn't allow html... More
You can go to their web site by googling Joslyn Art Gallery to check in current events and exhibitions as well as days and times they are open and other information. I would have attached a link but it didn't allow html characters in this answer.