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Stark Museum of Art, Orange
(4.4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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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TripAdvisor
  • First of all, this many famous masterpieces of American art in one place is rare and second to find it in a small Texas town is highly exceptional. The staff were great and the museum was quiet, not b...  more »
  • If u love art the place to go. Different artist rotated all year round. All types you can browse for hours. 
  • The museum is filled with western art and unique collections. It is easy to move through the galleries (I have mobility issues) and the gift shop has some interesting items. But the best thing are the...  more »
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  • Even though most of the art sticks to a singular theme the overall experience was nice.
  • In the middle of a small East Texas town is a modern structure that houses an interesting collection of Western Art and Artifacts. While not a huge collection the Stark museum is well laid out and also houses Some Steuben Glass. They have rotating exhibits from various places, You can take pictures of most of the art displayed if you care to,. which is a plus for those interested in studying some artists a bit closer. If you happen to be going by it is worth a detour.
  • A wasted place to visit