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Orlando Museum of Art

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2416 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803.

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based on 38 reviews

01/15/14
Leanne M.
The OMA is a really nice surprise in Orlando. I'm not going to lie, I wasn't expecting much from this museum, but I definitely got my money's worth here....

09/27/14
Jesse B.
Your inner 8-year-old will challenge what is on the walls. It will compel you to find the nearest canvas (back, billboard, car door), make your hands a...

09/06/14
Kate T.
I had a BOGO groupon for admission while on vacation. The museum is quite small and the collection is minimal. I was continually distracted by poorly...
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total check-ins: 1929
04/27/10
HISTORY
Founded in 1924, Newsweek named the OMA one of the best museums in the South. It has maintained its national accredited status by the American Association of Museums without interruption since 1971.
11/20/09
Sarah Fowler
Take a weird picture involving one of the sculptures outside.
05/10/12
Oscar S. Bowen
Check out 1st Thursday's at OMA.
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rating 4.2 out of 5
06/10/14
Kris French
The changing exhibits are always a treat. The Romance artists were especially amazing. Without even paying admission, one can enjoy inspiring student art and a guest exhibit off the lobby. The gift shop was more interesting when it carried more children's activities but it's still fun to wander thro....
06/06/14
kaley harris
I have wonderful memories there as a child I would go there with my father. I remember thinking it was absolutely beautiful and outside there is a lake it has a wonderful view on the second floor and it is absolutely a wonderful experience for anyone who is responsible. The only catch is the guards ....
06/10/13
Franz Mahr
I recently went to the Orlando Museum of Art and was thrilled to see such an expansive collection of ancient Incan and Mayan art in the "Art of the Ancient Americas" exhibit. On the other side of the museum, you will find a room filled with impressionist paintings. Some of which were created by The ....
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