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Norton Museum of Art

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Norton Museum of Art

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Brooklyn478 wrote a review Apr 6
Brooklyn, New York319 contributions63 helpful votes
Coming from NYC I was expecting a small collection and was so pleasantly surprised by this wonderful collection and museum! Beautiful building and also cafe and gift shop. Permanent collection although small had a number of wonderful paintings I have never seen before. Check out the sculpture garden small but also very nice. We really enjoyed our visit and also the special exhibits on view. Don’t miss the Chiculi ceiling it’s magnificent!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Trek-Always wrote a review Mar 2021
Alpharetta, Georgia2,412 contributions3,046 helpful votes
This museum exceeded our expectations. Except for the $5 parking which they should stop charging now! Many famous pieces and artists. Wonderful Chinese pieces. Lighting and signage excellent. O'Keeffe, Homer, Pollock, Monet, Gauguin, Picasso, Matisse, and many others. Need 3+ hours to see their collection. Well worth your time. If this review is helpful then please indicate so below.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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CABEACHGIRL2014 wrote a review Mar 2021
Amelia Island, Florida13 contributions2 helpful votes
I went alone and enjoyed nice sandwich at their cafe on the patio. Wish I had allowed more time in my day. Spent most of my time at the amazing Maria Bellio exhibit which is visiting. Been a long time art has moved me like her large paper mache canvases . Impressive museum.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Bunmaster2014 wrote a review Jan 2021
Boca Raton, Florida6,670 contributions1,048 helpful votes
Reservations necessary. Masks and social distancing enforced. Three floors, with elevators. I particularly liked the Chinese exhibits from bygone eras, although there were paintings and other exhibits I enjoyed and found edifying. This museum is a West Palm Beach gem.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Ken S wrote a review Dec 2020
4 contributions6 helpful votes
FL has a zillion local museums, and most are worth a visit, but the only one I've found in FL old enough to have the bucks to show important paintings--Impressionists, Medieval things, pictures that are super-expensive now--is the Norton. It's also breath-takingly beautiful outside and has terrific programs and resources inside--even a really good restaurant. It truly is Florida's and maybe the South's best. You will enjoy its architectural beauty, its terrific shop, and its collections maybe more than any other single place in Florida.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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