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Mobile - Mobile Museum of Art

4850 Museum Drive
251-208-5200

Mobile Museum of Art offering some 95,000 square feet of exhibition space, the Mobile Museum of Art is the largest art museum set along the Gulf Coast. With art pieces spanning 5,000 years, the museum specializes in displays of Asian and African art, European paintings and sculpture, American art and decorative glass art. Apart from these permanent holdings, the museum has a sizable area dedicated to temporary themed art exhibitions.

Mission:

The Mission of the Mobile Museum of Art is to provide a place where people enrich their lives through interaction with the visual arts in thought provoking and creative ways that nourish and delight the mind and spirit. For the fundamental purpose of education, the Museum collects, conserves, exhibits, interprets and researches art.



Reviews

Kevin L

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Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
This museum has very nice artwork on display. They currently have a project called "do it", which I recommend you see. It has many different artworks that were produced from a basic set of instructions. The neat thing is to see how others interpret the instructions and everyone winds up with the same project but each looks different. Really neat. I would recommend this place to others if you're in the area.

Albert Cheatham

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Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018
There are a number of quality exhibits that provide a good representation of art in the world. The museum is ADA compliant and have resources to move one around if help is needed. Also, there is a children's area where local Children's art is displayed. Highly recommended for a family visit. We joined in modern art...lol

Katherine Macco

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Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Only saw the ground floor, but it had fantastic art for such a little museum! Loved it all! The only drawback was the strict enforcement of drinks being restricted from the gallery. We couldn't even have a water bottle!

Kelly Sesco

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Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018
I love to visit The Mobile Museum of Art on Thursdays when they open to the public for free. Their gift shop has many interesting items that are made by local artists which is nice if you want a special gift that is indicative of the area. And what I like most is to walk the grounds and view the outdoor sculptures. It is a repeat visit for me every few weeks.

Barbara O'Quinn

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Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Terrific for getting away from it for a while. There are plenty of interesting outdoor exhibits to walk for exercise in the fresh air, and a foot bridge that leads over a lake into Langan Park.

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