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Norman Rockwell Exhibition, Arlington
(4.4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Norman Rockwell Exhibition is located in Arlington. Norman Rockwell Exhibition is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Arlington Edition.
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  • We were on a tour bus & this was one of our stops. It was pretty interesting to learn about his life. The museum was worth the stop and the grounds were very pretty especially this time of the year. W...  more »
  • We had a spare hour so spent it here. I could have stayed a lot longer as I found the life of Norman Rockwell totally fascinating, and loved his paintings! What a talented and lovely man he was! 
  • As a person who grew up in the 40s, 50s and 60's, Norman Rockwell was an artist who made a huge impression. It almost seemed like every week his art work appeared on the cover of the Saturday Evening ...  more »
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  • Nice exhibit! There are lots of prints and things to read about the different paintings (written by Rockwell and the people who posed for the piece, etc.). There is a short video to watch about Rockwell's life. We spent over an hour and could've spent longer had we not had an expiring baby on our hands ;) Great for those interested in Americana.
  • What a find! This is an unimpressive looking spot with 2 shacks on the property. STOP HERE. What a great find ..interviews with folks who knew Rockwell when he lived in Arlington and posed for his paintings. There is a wealth of information and a 15 minute film about Rockwell and life and work. And it is free!!!