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Norman Rockwell Museum, Rutland
(3.7/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Yes, it's not like the museum in Stockbridge. But like that museum, it has an extensive collection of original magazine covers that Rockwell painted through his career. For the money not a bad visit. ...  more »
  • $7.50 per adult/$7.00 seniors. This has a large room of magazine covers and photos with hand typed commentary. If you are looking for original paintings you will want to go to Stockbridge, MA but this...  more »
  • There is no properly lined/signed/sized van accessible or regular handicapped parking spaces on their entire property. They have a "ramp" but it is riddled with pot holes that would make the worst str...  more »
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  • If you appreciate American art and look past the rustic building, you will see an AMAZING collection of Norman Rockwell paintings and magazine covers. The fun iconic images along with the profound. A piece from the 1930s of a young girl with a dark hulking image reaching out to her, another 1930s of a black boy pleading with a white boy to share his puppies... Speaks a lot about the artist. It's small but take your time and really look at each piece and think of the era... You won't be disappointed.
  • This museum contains a large collection of photographs Norman Rockwell's works, including many magazine covers and presidential portraits. However, I was disappointed that it did not contain a single original painting.
  • A must stop and see all the paintings
  • The other review was written by an obvious retard. Museum was trademarked in 1978 by Rockwell himself. No glorification at all...Just an amazing collection with great and informative employees. A+