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Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite National Park

Categories: Art Galleries, Landmarks, Museums, Tourist Spots
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3.4/5 based on 70 reviews on the web
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  • Yes they have a nice collection of Ansel Adams Photos, but that is to get you into the gift shop. This should really be called the Ansel Adams gift shop. 
  • While this shop provides a lovely collection of artistic gifts and a cool respite from the summer heat; I think it's important to know that it is not in any fashion a "gallery" of Ansel Adam's work no...  read more »
  • I heard about the free photo walks and signed up two days before (there were two spots left as they limit the groups to 15). We met at the gallery at 9am when it opens and our guide, Michael Weiss, le...  read more »
  • It was just a merchandise for the photographer's photos and some souvenirs. The photos are pretty nice but I wouldn't waste my time there.
  • Of course the prints here are stunning. However, what once was a sacred shrine to world class photography is now cluttered with kitschy clap trap imported from factories developing world that produce this junk with unethical labor and environmental practices. Most of it has nothing to do with Yosemite and you can buy the same trinkets in at least 3 other stores in The Valley, so please have some pride in differentiation. Please restore the spiritual experience (along with your dignity) and do the art justice by decluttering the space. With sincere concern, @Frazier_Far_Out
  • If you ever find yourself needing inspiration while in the park, look no further.
  • Take the time to stop here and patiently go trough all the prints and books in the store. The collection is noteworthy, historical, and inspiring for me. To see some Adams work that is original (wow) and to get a look at other artists who have qualified to be here (I have no Idea how that works) Well there are knick knacks for those who must have something, but for me just to stand and study the art works is plenty! Thanks Ansel
  • Really enjoyed this, the range was excellent and I was expecting the other artworks, small but worthwhile.
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