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Museum Of Contemporary Art Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL

(904) 366-6911

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333 N Laura St Jacksonville, FL, 32202
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  • Lewis Wasserman 8 days ago

    MOCA is a tiny museum in downtown Jax. They have an interesting and evocative collection, including some performance art displayed on video monitors. Metered parking across the street has a time limit of one hour, but you can easily see the whole collection in half that time. If you take a walk around the park opposite the museum, expect to be approached by a few homeless people.

  • Kylie Summers 31 days ago

    It is a quiet place with a good collection of works of art, the managers treat you very well and you don't have to pay much.

  • Robert Siemer 50 days ago

    Pretty small for the location. Was $10. Fancy restaurant called NOLA on ground floor. I was able to find 2h and 3h free parking within 8min walking distance to the east.

  • Jessica Lamont 98 days ago

    First of all, I want to say the staff here was amazing. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. That being said, it took me less than half an hour to see everything at a very leisurely pace which was unexpected. I lingered as much as I could but there was no way I could stay the hour I had planned. The atrium on the first floor had an interesting lighting feature, but that's all, and it was closed for an event. The second floor is where the art is. It was modest in size but did have some nice pieces including a series by Sol LeWitt. The third floor was closed for an installation. The forth floor is offices. The fifth floor has a kids space that seemed like it would be fun for at least an hour for a family as it's all interactive, but there was construction going on in the hallway. I recommend calling to make sure the third floor is open to make your trip worth it. It seems like they do a lot for/with the community and are a good resource for local art students as well.

  • Patrick Honkonen 170 days ago

    Excellent rotating exhibitions. An inexpensive and entertaining event for the family, whether you're local or visiting from out of town. I haven't personally tried the cafe but I hear good things. There is a small gift shop at the entrance that often carries local art at reasonable prices. No dedicated parking structure so you'll have to find a garage or metered street parking. It's located a short walk or drive from several restaurants and bars in downtown Jacksonville.

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