A popular destination for visitors from all over the world, the Orlando Museum of Art is both a cultural and architectural treasure in central Florida. Your experience begins the moment you enter the galleries where Dale Chihuly’s arresting glass Cobalt & Citron Tower draws your eyes twenty feet up to the glass skylight above. It’s only the beginning of an adventure in culture, imagination, and creativity as you explore the Museum.
The permanent collections include a wide range of art from all over the world including American art from the 19th century to the present with works by artists such as John Singer Sargent, Thomas Moran, George Inness, Georgia O’Keeffe, Ansel Adams, Suzanne McClelland, and William Michael Harnett. The OMA has particular strengths in African art and art of the ancient Americas—the broadest and most representative collection in the southeast.
Note: OMA will operate extended days and hours for The Art of the Motorcycle exhibition from January to July 2006. Call or visit www.omart.org for details.
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Hours: Tuesday–Friday, 10:00 am–4:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday, noon–4:00 pm
Closed: Mondays. May be closed major U.S. holidays
Address: 2416 North Mills Ave., Orlando
Directions: I-4 to the Princeton Street exit (#85). Take Princeton Street east to Mills Avenue. Turn left onto Mills Avenue and left again onto Rollins Street. OMA parking is on the left.