The Hallie Ford Museum of Art features permanent galleries of Asian, European, Native American, and regional art and temporary exhibitions of historical and contemporary art.
Nice but not for kids.
My kids did not get much out of this museum, nice but in and out in less than 20 mins. Had 2 floors, some minor interesting art works, staff really friendly.
So fun and informative. Really enjoyed it.
There was a special exhibit when we toured and it was fascinating. The permanent exhibits also are fine and well worth your time.
A Little Gem - Better then the Schnitzer in Eugene
This is a lovely little museum which is a delight to walk through. If you are looking for old world masters be warned that this is not the National Gallery in Washington DC... the do have a small gallery of masters but no extensive display of impressionists, or renaissance masters. Rather this is a well presented collection of different art which becomes a satisfying journey away from the current "Trumpian" disgust. There is something for everyone. Even though my wife and I have visited many European national galleries we still find this museum to be very satisfying, and visit two or three times a year. Well worth the visit. Watch for special exhibits to tailor your trip to your own tastes.
A gem of Salem
Really well presented . Friendly helpful staff. The exhibitions are beautifully curated and presented.
It's All Art To Me
I had the good fortune to find another reason to make another trip to the museum has 2 floors and has an elevator if the stairs won't do. As always we were warmly created and I brought a first timer. She had never been. She is a bit of an artist herself. The slot machine art of the first floor made me laugh. Since art should make you feel something a laugh was great. They art is changed from time to time so I like to go 4 or 5 times a year. The native center seems unchanged but I also seem to see new things each time a go. I love the place. If you like ever changing art this place is for you, your friends and family.