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James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown

(4.6/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • I've lived in Doylestown for over 20 years, and became a member of the Michener Museum about 17 years ago. It's my favorite place to take friends and family who visit me, as they get to see a truly sp...  more »
  • Charming cultural destination. Regional art & international shows in an intimate setting. Beautiful and inspiring.  more »
  • A very informed docent, a huge number of impressionists, salon style exhibit, easy to walk and sit. Minor negative, a tiny cafe, but good coffee.  more »
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  • Great museum in the heart of town. They always have new exhibits that range from kid centered to adults. Personally, the Jim Henson exhibit was my favorite - absolutely fantastic.
  • Some interesting art here. I am not a huge art enthusiast but this place does spark my interest whenever I go.
  • Nice staff. Great outdoor sculpture gardens. Library next door!
  • A beautiful museum that provides a variety of art to view along with many special exhibits. My granddaughter has spent the last four summers participating in the Camp offered at a reasonable cost. The camp ends with a show by the campers singing, acting and displaying the art they created. Michener Museum has many excellent staff members including Ruth Anderson, Director of Arts Education. Check it out for yourself and join as a member. L. Schiffgens
  • amazing art work with many different styles and colors.