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Saint Louis Art Museum

1 Fine Arts Drive, Forest Park, Saint Louis, MO 63110
+1 314-721-0072
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This is one of the greatest museum's and it is FREE. You can take hours roaming the many many... read more

Reviewed July 25, 2016
queenie123479
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Saint Louis, Missouri
Nice art museum, easy to cover

This was one of several sights we visited at Forest Park. It's great that it's free. It's not real... read more

Reviewed July 23, 2016
SuperM0n
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San Diego, California
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Dedicated to Art and Free to All. Located in beautiful, historic Forest Park, the Saint Louis Art Museum hosts a world-class collection of art works and artifacts in one of the most impressive buildings in the city. The Museum recently completed a major expansion project, adding 21 new galleries for both collection and temporary exhibitions. Admission to the Museum is free every day, and admission to special exhibitions is free on Fridays.
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1 Fine Arts Drive, Forest Park, Saint Louis, MO 63110
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Reviewed July 25, 2016

This is one of the greatest museum's and it is FREE. You can take hours roaming the many many rooms are just pick one of your favorite artists and set and enjoy the pieces. No where will you find all this beauty, peace, and awe,...More

Thank queenie123479
Reviewed July 23, 2016

This was one of several sights we visited at Forest Park. It's great that it's free. It's not real big but they do have a nice representation of different types of art. They have one of Degas' Fourteen Year Old Ballerina statues. It's in other...More

Thank SuperM0n
Reviewed July 23, 2016

A wonderful special exhibit at the Stl. Art Museum is currently on view in the special exhibition galleries. Great show for the entire family. All kinds of wonderful objects created by talented but "unschooled" and "naieve" artists who love to create things, often from scratch...More

Thank donlin67
Reviewed July 20, 2016

The Saint Louis Art Museum is located within beautiful, historical Forest Park. It overlooks Art Hill and the newly restored Grand Basin.The Museum contains more than 33,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years of cultures and periods. There is a Museum Cafe, Panorama Restaurant and...More

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Reviewed July 20, 2016 via mobile

This museum was free I couldnt believe it. It was wonderful! I live in Chicago and if this musuem was here it would be at least $18 for the basic exhibits. It had wonderful selections from Egyptian art to my favorite period The Renaissance. I...More

Thank Carl G
Reviewed July 20, 2016 via mobile

We always seem to end up here when visiting St. Louis...as a good counterpoint to baseball? A little sports plus a little culture? In any event, the Forest Park setting is wonderful and it's always a pleasure to spend a few hours at the art...More

Thank TravelingMicheleM
Reviewed July 18, 2016

This art museum is quite large, with 3 floors of exhibits. It is sectioned by different types/periods/continents of artwork, from Folk to Impressionist to Modern, etc. There are also sculptures, fine artifacts, ancient jewels and all the many things that you would expect to find...More

Thank Linda D
Reviewed July 17, 2016

A very good art museum. Not the best in the nation but in my top 25% and you can't beat the price. The selection has improved over 15 years and the arrangement after opening the new wing is more helpful. Recommended if you are looking...More

Thank D3336HDkevinp
Reviewed July 14, 2016

I entered on a Friday morning just after they opened at 10:00. I was impressed by the variety of art from Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas. In addition to a variety of paintings and cultures there are collections of textiles and furniture as well...More

Thank GWSTravels
Reviewed July 14, 2016

This is one of the finest art museums in the country. It has extensive collections from all over the world and from many eras of art. The restaurant is large enough to accommodate school groups. Docent-led tours are available, and parking is free---unless you go...More

Thank Katherine D
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DEAN S
What is the entry fee?
June 19, 2017|
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Response from Groupworker | Reviewed this property |
Free - except for certain limited exhibits - welcome to St. Louis!
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megangrahl
My mother and I will be coming here next Friday and also have tickets to the extra exhibit. She is an art teacher and could spend all day here. I on the other hand, could do a 30 minute walk through and feel like I've seen it all. Knowing my flat footed, pregnant self, I don't plan to stay with her the whole time. Is there a good place to sit and read a book and any food there?
April 4, 2017|
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Response from STLArtMuseum | Property representative |
Hi Megan. We're glad to hear about your upcoming visit. Our café on the first floor is open from 10am - 8:45 pm on Fridays and several galleries in the museum have couches provided for guests to rest. Our visitor services... More
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Theresa G
Is there a Jesuit exhibition from the American colonial period on the 3rd floor?
March 28, 2017|
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Response from DRMIZZOU | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately, I do not remember that specifically.
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