Explore over 7,000 works of art including pieces by Picasso, Monet, and Matisse, when you visit Norton Museum of Art. Walk through several floors of artwork ranging from classic to modern, with focuses on European, American, and Chinese art, and sections on contemporary art and photography. The Chinese collection has artifacts dating back to 1500 BCE, and the American and European collections hold works from masters such as Georgia O'Keeffe and Marc Chagall. Public tours are available several times a week and are included with admission to the museum. For groups of 15 or more, inquire about docent-led group tours. Between viewing the art you can also visit the cafe for a meal or a glass of wine. With our international travel planner, West Palm Beach attractions like Norton Museum of Art can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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The Norton Museum was an experience my 19 and 21 year old children wanted to experience while on vacation in West Palm Beach. They love immersing themselves in art from around the world and various...
The Norton Museum was an experience my 19 and 21 year old children wanted to experience while on vacation in West Palm Beach. They love immersing themselves in art from around the world and various... more »
Wonderful architecture with the preserved original building married to the new structure. A wonderful collection of art and exhibitions from around the world. Truly first class!
Wonderful architecture with the preserved original building married to the new structure. A wonderful collection of art and exhibitions from around the world. Truly first class! more »
Nice art museum. Disappointed still must wear a mask. Pretty center gardens. Nice gift shop. Love the Monet!
Nice art museum. Disappointed still must wear a mask. Pretty center gardens. Nice gift shop. Love the Monet! more »
The Norton museum has to be one of the best art museums here in South Florida, they greeted us and had complimentary masks up front which are still required but it’s ok. Not that many people where there it was a very calm and quiet museum. The art was super versatile there was more modern art and then more remote art. There was also a couple sculptures and generally a good museum to roam around 🙂
Enjoyed visiting, super modern yet many of the displays are From the old age. The integration of the 2 is great. The museum consists of 3 floors serviced by a huge elevator and a nicely decorated staircase. The also have a restaurant and a boutique shop. I mostly enjoyed the Asian artifacts.
I would give it a five but do-to the day at the end of my review I can only give it a 4 star. The second attempt to go to the museum was great. We love the museum and the Dale display is out of this world. I could just stare at it forever. Would definitely go to this museum again First attempt (I put a day aside to go to the museum with my kids. Did not know that you had to show proof of vaccine even though we are wear masks. Waste of one of our spring break days)
Awesome to have this incredible museum so close. Every exhibit I have visited has been meticulously curated. The permanent collection hosts incredible art pieces that are worth the visit ( Hockney, Giacometti, Renoir, Sorolla, Flavin, to name a few) no doubt the best museum in South Florida, by far. I was finally able to enjoy Museum after dark last night and it was awesome! Every Friday, the museum remains open until 10 p.m, and most of the times they present live bands or have special activities for only $10 per ticket. The garden is beautiful and so peaceful with a restaurant that is truly inviting. A great plan any day of the week specially for those whose appreciate art as much as I do. Also, Palm Beach offers great dining options, so you will be able to close your night with a smile on your face 😊.
Many astonishing art collections in a beautiful and impressive facility. Palm Beach County residents may visit for free on certain occasions. Parking is currently $5 per car and face masks are required inside the museum.
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