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James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown

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  • We love the permanent collections of the Michener: Hicks, Trego, Redfills: family photos of Gowin.The current exhibitions of Light and Matter, Myths and Nature, and Charles Sheeeler photos are excelle...  more »
  • There isn't a year that goes by that I don't go to this place. They have some of the most interesting and creative special shows in the area. It's an easy place to stroll through and always something ...  more »
  • My Mom is a member here and we always visit when I'm in town from Florida. Lisa has turned this museum around and has a keen eye for new and upcoming artists. I saw the Sheeler exhibit and last time s...  more »
  • My husband's group, the Back Bench Boys, sang here yesterday, along with the Tiller sisters. They have sung here 3 or 4 times, and I always enjoy it. The art and other items on display are awesome!
  • Very nice trip. My first visit. Everyone pleasant and informative. Will definitely return to investigate more.
  • A beautiful County art museum that changes the exhibits routinely. Features a lot of local historical artist, and there were many famous ones, that keeps the exhibits fresh. They offer children and adult art classes which to me seem a little pricey compared to offerings from other organizations in the area. My wife and I make 2-3 trips a year to see the exhibits or lectures from visiting artists. Best to get on the event mailing list as that is the easy way to keep abreast of current events.
  • Remarkable permanent collection. Also enjoyed the Sam Maitin prints exhibition.
  • Come here after you've visited the Mercer museum. It's a bit small, but quite interesting.