If you find yourself in Omaha, I recommend a visit to the Joslyn Art Museum. For a mid-sized regional museum, it has many surprises to offer the art-lover. The 19th century French collection, of both a ante-garde, and Academic painting, is quite strong. The Native-American collection is also very good. Impressionism is seller presented, including the original plaster of Degas' 14 Year Old Ballet Dancer. A small, but quality Contemporary collection brings the holdings up to the present day. The beautiful building is a 1931 Art Deco treasure built of pink Georgia marble. In the early 1990's, an addition was designed by Sir Norman Foster and Associates, the first building built by this internationally-renowned firm in the United States. There is an interesting and varied sculpture garden as well. This museum is definitely worth a visit.