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This three-story museum houses an eclectic selection of art, including Wedgewood pottery, the largest collection of Asian art in the Southeast, Native American and African art, impressionism, contemporary art and American landscapes.
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2000 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35203-2278
All reviews sculpture garden permanent collection yosemite valley traveling exhibits pre columbian excellent exhibits free admission large collection spend an afternoon two hours gift shop great place to visit world class worth the trip wedgewood pottery donation
I took two of my great nieces (3 and 7) to the library for hands on fun in Bart's ARTventure. In this space for children, you will not hear Do Not Touch! Here children are encouraged to explore, experiment and create. We spent more than...More
Nice exhibits. We particularly enjoyed the Edgewood and Japanese chests and armor and art sections were very nice. The Japanese exhibit was once much more extensive. We would have liked to revisit all those artifacts again.
Third Space was my favorite exhibit. Several pieces trying to convey some pretty deep messages. I used the artsmart link on their website and played audio about the pieces. Added to the experience. Italian art collection impressive. There’s also large sections of pottery.
Attended at corporate party at the museum. Was very nice. Had finger food and a tour of the museum. Was okay for a museum, but not very exciting for me. Museum was fine, but not my "cup of tea." Difficult place to park, and not...More
Brought the fam here for a rainy day adventure and ended up having a nice time. There is no entry fee for this, just optional donation. There is also a place for kids to make a take home craft, this was nice!
I was not excepting a museum of anywhere near this quality. I was there for two hours and was only able to see an extraordinarily well-curated temporary exhibit, four rooms of renaissance art, the South Asian and Pre-Columbian sections. Each area had stunning selections attractively...More
Not too far from the Westin. Walking distance. Free admission. Nice museum, not very big but not small. Lots of vases and pots here compared to everything else you see. They had a Monet painting which was nice too see, but no glass cover over...More
We've been to the Birmingham Museum of Art multiple times and each time walk away with a new favorite memory! So much variety within the building and many historical collections. They also have a couple rooms entirely devoted to children, providing a great opportunity to...More