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(330) 376 9185

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1 S High St Akron, OH, 44308
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  • Karen Simmons 18 days ago

    “Music to Warm Your Ears!” On select Thursdays during the summer, this place offers a free music concert right outside the building in a newly renovated “park” area

  • Maria Kalikas 52 days ago

    Really nice selection of artwork. They get really cool exhibits. They have a colonial sort of style of art and they have more modern art that is there permanently.

  • Urbsee LLC 79 days ago

    The lead docent - Gina was Amazing! If you take a guided tour they will use several props to draw you further into the experience! Definitely check out often to see some amazing Ohio artists and many incredible works from deeply talented artists that regularly contribute from all across the nation! Right now Thursdays are free, but if you can't make it on a Thursday the experience will still be well worth it!

  • Jayson Shenk 83 days ago

    A great museum for contemporary art and cool events. They always have something interesting. Good food and coffee in the cafe too.

  • Gabby Dorsey 315 days ago

    It's a really great museum with lots of exhibits that rotate frequently! The building is designed beautifully and the staff is so amazing! They are all beyond nice and go out of their way to make you feel comfortable. Also, they have tons of amenities that make the experience all the more great such as a cafe, a store, a library, and behind the cafe they have an area where you can use locker (very spacious lockers, I might add) for 50 cents. Also, they allow fee admissions on Thursdays which is great for me as I am a student at the university and I can walk there to enjoy all of the beautiful art. Beyond the museum itself, it hosts really amazing events that highlight a lot of fair trade items as well as local artists and makers. In short, I simply can not rave enough about this museum. I HIGHLY recommenced that anyone of any gee go to this museum.

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