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You walk into a beautiful lobby with a restaurant and gift shop. There is a large staircase that you see as soon as you walk in the door. It had an amazing piece of art hanging from the ceiling over the landing.
I only saw...More
Visited one afternoon while on a work trip, and was quite impressed with much of the artwork they had displayed. The collection was varied, the staff was kind, and we enjoyed touring the place for about an hour.
I had the opportunity to see a lovely concert on Mother's Day of this year and the exhibitions were great. The acoustics for the concert was wonderful and I rather enjoyed the more intimate auditorium setting.
We whipped through in about an hour. Low cost and easy way to get out of the house and get a little bit of culture and do something different and interesting in Jacksonville,Fl.
Probably not for children unless the kids appreciate art and know how...More
The museum has a very modern selection of art. The art is spread over multiple floors, and the lobby (usually the best art in the building). If you like unusual pieces of different mediums (paintings, sculptures, etc.) you will enjoy this museum.
The surrounding area...More
Dreary Sunday, empty section of downtown and a number of homeless trying to find a warm place to hole up. Not the best environment to get you in the right mood. Good news was street parking is free on Sunday and the homeless mind their...More
This small jewel is on three floors, the ground floor mostly being occupied by a shop and restaurant. It has a very pleasing airy and welcoming interior with a tall atrium with stairs rising either side to the galleries.
When we visited the Mark Rampolla...More
MOCA Jacksonville exhibits art on four floors. "Project Atrium" installations are displayed in the Atrium Gallery. The Permanent Collection and exhibitions in the UNF Gallery at MOCA are displayed on the second floor... More
MOCA Jacksonville exhibits art on four floors. "Project Atrium" installations are displayed in the Atrium Gallery. The Permanent Collection and exhibitions in the UNF Gallery at MOCA are displayed on the second floor. Featured exhibitions are displayed on the third floor. Education-related exhibitions are displayed on the fifth floor, where there is also an interactive, hands-on area for families. Most of the artwork can be viewed in two to four hours, depending on how much time viewers prefer to spend with the works.