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Muscarelle Museum of Art, Williamsburg

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  • The museum is very small but they have quite a collection and displayed quite nicely. It was a good find on a quiet afternoon.  more »
  • Small exhibit, but wonderful and very nicely displayed. Guide was knowledgeable as well. Enjoyed it very much.  more »
  • Nestled within the campus of William and Mary college is a surprising little art Musuem offering world class exhibits. Currently the Bottecelli exhibition is being shown. Venus and Mother Mary are pro...  more »
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  • Fantastic art on the walls, I think. But I'm not sure because it was so crowded I was only able to catch a glimpse. The cards on the wall were informative, but since they were composed of white letters on a dark red background, they were hard to read and then in turn it was hard to look at the art without seeing lines from the text. I hope the intern whose job it was to make these cards will change his or her ways.
  • Fantastic small museum. The only reason I dock it a star is because its size means that it is limited in what it can display. Free entrance for William and Mary students, which is a nice perk.
  • Words can't begin to describe what you can experience in this hidden gem from one exhibit to the next. It is the ultimate small museum, specializing in bringing the Italian masters to America.
  • Went for a special event. Other then that there wasn't much to see and parking is the worst!
  • Amazing collection for such a small building. Poor and misleading advertising on their rotating collections.