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The Morse Museum is home to the world's most comprehensive collection of works by American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933). Galleries feature works such as jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, leaded-glass lamps and windows...more
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I think this is a gem of a museum in Winter Park, Florida. It showcases Tiffany’s stained glass pieces, vases, lamps, and even a large chapel. Just the right size if your husband doesn’t want to spend hours in a museum.
This museum is in the heart of Winter Park. They start with a documentary movie with a detail explanation as to what you are about to see. They have a vast amount of art, memorabilia from Louis Comfort Tiffany. We learn about his life and...More
I’m not a big fan of Tiffany’s stained glass. It is frequently dark and heavy, and fails to respond to light. Having said that, the Morse museum has a fabulous collection, displays it well and, most importantly, places it in the context of both Tiffany’s...More
This is a beautiful little museum devoted to preserving Tiffany's contributions to the arts. It's located on a nice shopping street in an older part of Winter Park, so after visiting the museum, there are lots of shopping opportunities and places to eat.
We spent a very pleasant several hours visiting the Morse and highly recommend it. It is spacious, well laid out and easy to navigate. The Tillany collection is second to none and is a joy to see that much of his work under one roof.
I was surprised again by this museum. We have visited many in the USA and Europe and this was a surprise. It is very well done and thus enjoyable. (our daughter has a MS in museum studies and she was impressed).
A good collection of glass art masterpieces including chandeliers, stained glasses, paintings and more, set in the recreation of the artist's living quarters. The area surrounding the museums is very walkable, lined with boutiques and bistros.
What a wonderful place to visit. If you love stained glass and American pottery this is a must visit. The main focus is on Louis Comfort Tiffany and what he designed and made. There are a number of rooms dedicated to his art work. Extra...More
I would give yourself at least half a day. The museum opens at 0930. We were there when it opened and wandered around until a guided tour at 11 AM. There is a lot to see and it will depend on if you read each card associated... More
I would give yourself at least half a day. The museum opens at 0930. We were there when it opened and wandered around until a guided tour at 11 AM. There is a lot to see and it will depend on if you read each card associated with with each art work.