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Orlando Museum of Art
My bestie and I rewarded our kids with day trips when they were little if they did good in school. We weren’t focused on their grades, but their behavior. When they had real good weeks at school, we would take them out to do something fun… often together.
In February of 2017, Orlando’s Arts in the Park event was held at Loch Haven Park which is home to several cool places to stop and visit. It happened to be a week that the kids did well so we decided to take them.
We started the day with a visit to the Orlando Museum of Art. They had a small conference room set up for different companies to demonstrate things like Virtual Reality and stuff like that. So we walked through there first and experienced everything that looked interesting to us or the kids.
After that, we walked through the actual museum observing the different kinds of art displayed. I think the virtual reality stuff was more exciting for the kids for sure. Bestie and I found the art to be more interesting, personally. We’re both crafters though so art is our hobby. It was a nice stop, we enjoyed what we saw. There were definitely some very interesting pieces.
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About Orlando Museum of Art
Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) institution, the Orlando Museum of Art was founded in 1924 and is a leading cultural institution in the area. The museum interprets and presents compelling art pieces for the public to experience.
Inspiring education programs offered by the museum aim to affect our lives in a positive way and endure as a cultural legacy in the region.
Their mission is to inspire creativity, passion and intellectual curiosity by connecting people with art and new ideas. The museum presents 10 to 12 exhibitions on-site and 13 exhibitions off-site annually.
It offers award-winning art enrichment programs, gallery tours, teacher training programs, video programs, distinguished lectures, art appreciation lectures, studio classes, luncheon programs and outreach services throughout the community.
The museum is located at 2416 N. Mills Avenue, Orlando, FL 32803, just outside of downtown Orlando. Phone: 407-896-4231. Closed on Mondays and major holidays, the museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 10am to 4pm and Saturday through Sunday from 12pm to 4pm.
Admission to the museum is $20 per adult; $12 for seniors, educators, and first responders; $10 for college students with ID; and $8 for children ages 6-17. Active Duty Military, and Military Veterans get in free with a valid military ID. Members and children ages 5 and under get in free as well. There is a family bundle for 2 adults and 3 children to get in for $45, which must be purchased at the front desk.
Being from Orlando, we didn’t make a Roadtrippers itinerary for this trip because it was all part of the Arts in the Park event that was happening that weekend. We didn’t really plan the places we visited, we just visited them because they were in the park we happened to be at.
I do recommend visiting the Orlando Museum of Art if you happen to be in the Orlando area and art museums are your thing. They do have several very interesting pieces, some pretty profound. It’s a great field trip for the kids as well.
Have you taken it already? I’d love to hear what you thought of it. Did you see the ghost lady?
Please drop a few lines in the comments box below and let me know how your visit went.
In the meantime, safe travels!
P.S. If you happen to use travel journals, be sure to check out the travel journal I created for my future Orlando Day Trips.
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