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Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville
(4.9/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
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  • We've heard of Booth forever - they are big supported of public broadcasting, thank you very much. Booth has a good collection of paintings, sculptures, and assorted other items. They can become repet...  more »
  • I have told many people you could pick this museum up and locate it in New York, LA, Chicago, and it would be right at home. It is top shelf! If you love the West and the history of it, you will enjoy...  more »
  • Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia, is the only museum of its kind in the southeastern United States. Opened in 2003, it has expanded to 120,000 square feet of contemporary Western art,...  more »
  • The Booth is a real surprise in Cartersville. It is a genuine museum nestled in this small town just north of Atlanta right off of I75. You can spend a very pleasant morning there viewing the art and they even have an excellent section just for the kids. See it!
  • Spectacular! A wide variety of art and sculpture from A-list artists that is well-presented in a wonderful setting. Nothing to complain about, other than they were closing after we had spent 2 hours on one level. I will be going back for sure!
  • Such an interesting museum, in such a beautiful building!
  • What kind of museum would one find in Cartersville, Georgia? An intriguing one that consumes your time while enhancing your awareness of what's around you. I love to go to this place for an hour or four hours. You can spend time experiencing so many different types of media that you don't always feel like you are in the same place. One gallery to the next flows like it should, but takes you to a different time and place. And the temporary exhibits are breathtaking. You don't want to miss this one. Booth Western Art's like a day on vacation.
  • Went to the Ansel Adams exhibit and photography series of panelist discussions featuring those who worked with/were related to Adams, Dorthea Lange, and Imogen Cunningham. It was very informative and interesting. I didn't get to see much of the museum afterwards, but I plan to go back. On a side note, it would be nice if their cafe had some vegan options :).