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Stark Museum of Art, Orange

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Art Museum Museum
Stark Museum of Art in the heart of Orange, Texas, houses one of the nation's most significant collections of American Western art. See rare books, cut glass collections, painting, illustrations, pottery, artifacts, weavings, sculptures and more.

Artists include: Thomas Moran, John James Audubon, Albert Bierstadt, Alfred Jacob Miller, N.C. Wyeth & Edmonia Lewis.

Group tours are available upon request, & children accompanied by an adult are welcome.
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  • This is an amazing free museum! Be sure not to miss the large Audubon book! It had both permanent & rotating displays.  more »
  • I had the great pleasure of visiting the museum and it was breath taking the since of calm the western classic were beautiful. I could spend all day here I didn't know what to expect but I was captiva...  more »
  • We visited the museum and found it fascinating with the extensive Western art exhibition. The exhibits were wonderful.  more »
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  • This is a very nice place for adults or older kids. My children are too young to appreciate the art and tend to rush through it. The family day events are a lot of fun, but only happen once or twice per year.
  • The Stark Museum of Art is on of the crowning stars of the Stark Venues. They feature Western Art and a large Audubon collection. Currently their exhibition "Branding the Wild West" is on display through September along with the juried student show "Drawn West." The exhibit shows the relationship between art and movies.
  • Even though most of the art sticks to a singular theme the overall experience was nice.
  • Great grounds and great hospitality.
  • Good art work