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Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Cleveland

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  • Very disappointed in this museum. I purchased tickets ahead of time for my students to visit. When we arrived we were told there was nothing to view. That's right, no art at all. They changed all of t...  more »
  • This place looks really cool from the outside but is absolutely the biggest waste of money. The inside is a complicated mess with stairs. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY.  more »
  • This was so underwhelming. The building is so gorgeous and eccentric from outside. I was excited to visit. The inside is nothing like I thought it would be. The gift shop seems to be larger than the a...  more »
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  • Interesting architecture regarding the building but also creates lots of wasted space. Very few actual art exhibits and the interactive area is just scissors & papers for kids to make collages... very limited, lots of wasted space and very little actual art. Tried to be nice and leave two stars but really had to be honest, complete waste of time.
  • This museum is overall really unique and interesting. The staff are very friendly and are happy to assist you with anything you need and answer any questions you have. Their gift shop, while not the cheapest place to get stuff (that's kind of expected, though), is just as nice a place to look around as the exhibits. As for the exhibits themselves, I often find them to be a hit or a miss. The second floor always has one or two great interactive exhibit(s) that both kids and adults can enjoy, like making your own collage or writing down on a piece of paper what you imagine your future to be. There's a staircase inside the main staircase that's painted yellow along the floor and walls where cool music echoes around the inside as you go up. The main exhibits wildly vary in terms of artistry. On one side of the coin, the exhibits show something really ingenuitive and imaginative, while in other times, it's the stereotypical pretentious let's-paint-a-black-dot-on-a-white-canvas-and-call-it-art bullcrap. For that, however, it's best to go to the main website and check to see what they have first. If you feel like you don't mind paying money to go see the newest exhibit, then I absolutely recommend this museum for you.
  • Great exposition. I was positive surprised. The neighborhood is lovely.
  • The building architecture is beautiful but there are only 2 relatively small galleries inside. If you're an art lover, I'd highly suggest the Cleveland Museum of Art instead.
  • I saw Mark Mothersbaugh's exhibition there. It was free admission for the museum and the concert area just outside the building, which has a very interesting architecture. I'd definitely recommend anyone to check it out.