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Elisabet Ney Museum, Austin

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  • Elizabeth ney's work is impressive. I enjoyed two visits on separate occasions. The second time there was a secial event with performers and food.  more »
  • This is Elisabet Ney's actual home and studio and is definitely worth a visit if you love sculpture. The home itself is incredibly unique and furnished pretty much as it was when she lived and worked ...  more »
  • This small museum of the Artist's workspace is both off-beat, and off the beaten path. It gives one an idea of what the Austin of 100+ years ago was like, and offers some of the artists' works for enj...  more »
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  • For one thing, this was my Grandfathers Best friend when he was growing up. They lived next door to each other and played together all day every day sculpting. And that is all my Grandfather did his whole life. He ended up getting married and having 9 children. When the Depression came and people couldn't afford the Luxury of buying Art, he started making Tombstones. He carved all the Beautiful Roses, Flowers, Leaves, Letters and Scrollwork on the Tombstones to support his family. He and Elizabeth remained friends their whole lives.
  • Very informative and a great place to walk around. The staff was knowledgeable and willing to provide answers. The curator gave a tour of "staff only" areas of the house and we were able to see some of the not on display sculptures. Her husbands work room has a hidden roof acces, very cool!
  • Super friendly staff. I hear if ya tip em good, they'll show ya the secret passage way to the governor's mansion.
  • Wonderful museum & grounds planted with Texas native plants. Filled with amazing art made by an amazing woman.
  • Awesome little museum in the heart of Hyde Park! Numerous sculptures to see, but the best part is the architecture and beautiful artifacts found upstairs.