The Orlando Museum of Art is a very famous museum in Orlando and even Florida. The museum is very large. You can learn about the local history and there are many artworks to visit.
This is a real art exhibition hall with a rich collection of cultural art from America and Africa. The building of the museum is also very distinctive. The circular columnar structure is very special. The art exhibition area here is also quite large.
[Scenery] The whole scenery is beautiful
The Orlando Museum of Art and Science Center are very close, both located in downtown's loch park. The shape and design of this pavilion is very different. The cylindrical pavilion covered with glass windows is an important reason that attracted me to go in and find out. The content of the collection is average, and it is an educational base like the Science Center.
The Orlando Museum of Art or OMA is arguably the most popular art museum in Orlando. Walking in, it’s easy to see why. Open from Tuesday to Friday from 10 AM to 4 PM, and Saturday to Sunday from noon to 4 PM, this venue showcases some of the best national, international, and Orlandoan art in the city. The massive, airy space serves as the perfect backdrop for the pieces, which range from ancient to contemporary, and which come from a rotating catalogue of talented artists and craftsmen. Exhibitions are frequent, and the museum also doubles as an event space. A cultural gem, the OMA is a must-see for any tourist visiting the city.
Love this gallery!
Orlando Museum of Art is a very small museum compare to other types of art museum. Of course art is subjective, but needs to have more varieties of art for which this museum was design. It had nearly half of the museum shutdown for making way for Christmas and updating some exhibits, so check ahead of time if you go. Disability access was provided. Disability parking was provided, but can fill-up real quickly.
The collection of pre-Colombian art is first class but the rest of the collection isn't particularly interesting or special. Keep an eye out for special exhibits.
This is the most popular museum at Loch Haven Park. In its collection there are pre-Columbian objects (like Peruvian figurines), African Art and American Paintings from 19th and 20th centuries.