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Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha

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  • This is EASY to find, EASY to park and EASY to navigate. It is a museum that is the perfect size. You can enjoy nearly everything without getting 'art' overload. The collections are well-chosen to sho...  more »
  • It is a beautiful, impressive and timeless building, both outside and inside. When you are early, walk through the nicely laid out sculpture garden (or do this after your visit). The museum has a wond...  more »
  • The Joslyn is worth visiting if only for the architecture. But really, go see the collection - wonderful in all regards, but especially the Western American art.  more »
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  • Beautiful. Small. Free. Varied. Quiet. Friendly. Impressive building, not really big. Architecture 👍🏻. Art nice, some of it very good. Not a lot. The expo on hunting & fishing is quite traditional. The modern and American-Indian art is really good and interesting. As is the sculpture garden. The place was extremely quiet, Sunday noon. Nice. Friendly staff. No access fee. European art not available. Bit of a downer.
  • Free! This place is free. They have a few incredible pieces and some of the friendliest docents I've ever witnessed. We went on Easter and had the place virtually to ourselves which made for a very magical day. It's also not so enormous that you're overwhelmed and can't take it all in. We made it through most everything in a couple hours and left content. Can't wait to go again when the European wing opens again (May 20).
  • Very nice museum. 2 Monet's. Beautiful courtyard fountain. Great Sunday afternoon experience.
  • Really nice place. It's free so that is a big plus for me. Fun for all the family even little kids. They have a space design for them
  • Half of the museum was closed for renovations which left very little to see. This would have been OK considering the free admission had some of the staff not been so rude to us. My elderly mother who cannot see very well leaned in to look at a painting in better detail (nowhere close to touching it) when when a young woman working there rudely yelled at her to back away from the paining and to stay three feet away. She then proceeded to follow us around for the rest of our time there as if we weren't to be trusted to be left alone. Won't be back here.