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Our mission is to engage and inspire through the arts, gardens and education.The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, built on the site of the home of Arthur and Ninah Cummer, opened its doors November 10, 1961. From Ninah Cummer's relatively small...more
All reviews permanent collection free admission on tuesdays italian garden children's area johns river gardens are lovely special exhibit every month nice collection gift shop couple of hours great exhibits on display visiting jacksonville galleries oak
The museum was primarily, if not entirely donated by a wealthy woman in Jacksonville, I guess Mrs. Cummer. Her choice of lovely impressionists paintings of women And families are a delight. There are many examples of fine art in the many galleries. The gardens faces...More
Visited on a Sunday afternoon, and it was a nice quiet visit. The museum is located on the river which offers a tranquil environment. They are still repairing the gardens which were damaged during Hurricane Irma last year. They have a nice gallery and a...More
This Museum has some beautiful hidden gems in their collection. We went on the first Saturday of the month so it was free! Every 1st Saturday is a great day to hit the museum and arts market back to back. There are some cute activities...More
Really nice intimate art collection. Great variety of work including a ROCKWELL,
HASSAM AND RUBENS. The gardens seem to be rebounding from storm
damage. I was very impressed. The ladies at the admissions desk, were so kind, to store my bag.
My wife and I were surprised at the variety and diversity of the artwork this museum holds; highly unexpected and appreciated. A huge oak tree greets you as you enter the gardens which are nice but we’re probably much better prior to being severely damaged...More
What an outstanding collection of art in a beautiful place! The hurricane harmed the gardens but they were still gorgeous with dolphin in the river too! Some art I had never seen before. Considering membership!
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I believe you still can, but if you go to their website it has lots of details along with a contact email for specific questions to make sure. They have also had some events in the past in which participants were told to... More
I believe you still can, but if you go to their website it has lots of details along with a contact email for specific questions to make sure. They have also had some events in the past in which participants were told to bring lunch. But be sure to check directly with the museum to confirm current policies, especially since they now have such a nice cafe.