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Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park
(4.4/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
A sophisticated, intimate viewing experience. The area's only encyclopedic art collection. Engaging exhibitions. An emphasis on learning. Family programming. And free admission. These are just a few of the reasons to check out the George D. and Harriet W. Cornell Fine Arts Museum.

Located on the historic Rollins College campus, the museum offers a high-quality cultural experience in picturesque Winter Park. In addition, part of the museum's world-class collection of contemporary art is always on view at The Alfond Inn, located a few blocks away from campus.
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  • This is one of my favorite museums in Winter Park/Orlando area. Its locayted on the Rollins College campus (which is very nice all on its own). The collection they have is a good. They switch the item...  more »
  • Free admission to the art museum. Various exhibits appear frequently. There is always something new to see. 
  • This museum on the banks of the lake has a beautiful setting and had a special exhibit on Italian renaissance painting from Naples and British/American painters. Free admission. 
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  • The staff was very friendly and welcoming. The exhibits are thoughtfully placed. It's not a very large space, but it's a great way to spend an hour or two if you enjoy art, plus it's free. It's located in a great area as well, on Rollins campus. The area is beautiful and there's plenty to do within walking distance before or after visiting the museum.
  • Awesome and Free. My niece has to write a paper for school about art so we went to go see some. She had a blast looking around for the piece she wanted to use. The Cornell staff was friendly and polite.
  • Nice quiet museum. There's a path you can take to walk around the lake.
  • It's a small museum with three or four sections but I easily spent two hours there. Plus its free due to a donation from a generous donor. there are some nice pieces from different eras. You dont have to be a huge art scholar or fan because im not, but some of the pieces did captivate me and had me looking deeper into the meaning of things. The Rollins College campus also beautiful. It's small but has a different feeling then the rest of the city. It's almost from a different era. I would definitely go again.
  • Great, free museum to enjoy. If you have time and are in the area, spend an hour here!