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Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue

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TripAdvisor
  • It's a beautiful museum architecturally indoors and out. The interesting ramps, ceiling details and angles were, for me as interesting as some of the art. The museum store is filled with beautiful pie...  more »
  • I loved the temporary exhibit Sacred Ammunition. The permanent exhibits were OK. Docents were available to talk about the art.  more »
  • Looks like a good place to take the kids but it is not a real art museum where adults would go. The Hall Of Water was a puddle on the roof ( see my photos) and the Hall Of Light was a place to sit out...  more »
Google
  • Enjoy the experience but I feel like this is made for groups of two or more. the individual is not terribly welcomed. Highly overly selective about their volunteers.
  • The details in this place are well attended to, lights are set and wall paint contrasts and offsets the art to it's best effect. The rotation is provocative and always a pleasure to walk through, even if I don't always enjoy the pieces.
  • Wonderful, innovative exhibits. Best museum in Washington or Oregon, and I am a member of several.
  • If you are a person who love art then you may like this place. Great location, nice friendly staff and volunteers. Some art pieces are really stunning. Overall It's" ok ok" kind of art museum.
  • I was surprised by how small it was and the lack of diversity in the exhibits. The best part was the featured high school artists inthe back of the first floor