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Once a prison, now a world-class art museum. Housed on the site of what was once the Bucks County Jail, the Michener Art Museum is an American art institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting the art and cultural heritage of the...more
All reviews permanent collection sculpture garden grace kelly bucks county reading room across the street small town big city impressionist works gift shop small room interesting exhibits on display special exhibit delaware valley great collection one of a kind
a visit to this museum is always a pleasure. they have a lot of thoughtful, engaging exhibits and even if whatever is current is not my interest, I never tire of the permanent collection - a lot of wonderful work.
The arrangement of the artworks is impressive. Free docent tours are included with your admission. Check on the availability of times. Free parking is located near the library. WiFi is available. The staff and volunteers are friendly and helpful. The quality of the collection is...More
The museum complex is a lovely setting inside old walls and surrounded by a sculpture garden. The inside has a historical display of author James A Michener, a full gallery of Bucks County Impressionists, a peaceful memorial room in honor of local wood artist, George...More
Taken as a complete package the Museum is a winner, though no single part would likely head the list in its category. We drove a little under an hour from home in New Jersey with the objective of viewing the permanent collection and learning more...More
The museum building was once a prison; now it has the pleasant sensation of keeping the trouble of the world out.
There was a nice balance between the permanent collection of local Impressionists (some excellent Daniel Garber, among others) and other exhibits. On our visit,...More
This is a great place to visit if you want to enjoy lunch in one of the nearby restaurants, walk around a bit, and then get some cu.ture. The exhibits are well done. Since the museum is small, you will need only and hour or...More
This museum is right in downtown Doylestown, PA. Michener's vision is apparent in the museums unique collection and entering special exhibitions. It has a rustic feel, as Michener would have wanted. It also speaks to a plain vision for world action that I really liked....More
The building is stunning and the various art works are well displayed. We especially liked some of the indoor and outside sculpture and the furniture. Bright and light buildings and the ideal setting for the collection.