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Currier Museum of Art, Manchester

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4.6/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
At Currier Museum of Art you can see thousands of pieces of European and American art, including works from great masters, such as John Singer Sargent, Picasso, and Monet. The diverse collection includes items from medieval tapestries to contemporary prints and sculptures. Works of local artists are well represented, with a special emphasis given to the state's tradition of decorative furniture-making. With the admission fee, you can access the museum's permanent collection. For an additional cost, you can see special exhibits and a visit the nearby Zimmerman House, an architectural masterpiece with a rich art collection. Arrange to visit Currier Museum of Art and other attractions in Manchester using our Manchester trip generator.
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  • My wife was an art major at UNH. We went there for a saturday lunch & stroll thru the galleries. I was VERY impressed with the depth of the collection & how it was laid out. Can't wait to go back! 
  • Great little museum. Number one reason we went was to see the Zimmerman house, but the museum was a nice surprise! In the collection oils by Maxfield Parrish, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Childe Hassam, alo...  read more »
  • If you go at all, go for the solid art collections and exhibits. The first few times I went to this museum, I was with my daughters. Each time, we were stalked by the docents, making it difficult to e...  read more »
  • A small but enjoyable art museum focusing mostly on American and Western paintings. They have a mixture from medieval to modern and some great displays.
  • In addition to seeing the Frank Lloyd Wright Zimmerman house, your tickets also grant you access to this lovely art museum.
  • Great selection of art, from all eras. A great place to spend the afternoon.
  • NH residents get in free on Saturday mornings. Even without the price break it's still a good little museum to spend a few hours perusing. Made the rounds with a Kindergartner and his attention was held for about 2 hours.
  • This place isn't huge but there's a really high density of great art.
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