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The Crocker Art Museum was one of the first art museums in the U.S. and is now one of the leading art institutions in California. Established in 1885, the Museum features one of the country’s finest collections of Californian art, exceptional...more
All reviews permanent collection new wing traveling exhibits modern addition old mansion original building changing exhibits special exhibit gift shop great collection early california on display few hours special events san francisco couple of hours beautiful building
This is a great place to spend the day or afternoon in Sacramento. Lots of history and art of all types. Parking is easy with paid parking areas close by. You will have to jot down your car's Lic plate number for input for the...More
Since their expansion a few years back, the Crocker has become a delight to visit. The tribal art collection is large and well displayed. The lighting is excellent and the space quietly embraces the art.
Do you often wonder what to do on a rainy day? No more! Go to the intimate and beautiful Crocker Art Museum. Stroll the floors for exhibits of your choice, leisurely look at the art installations, discuss with your partner, or just enjoy quietly. After...More
Love taking family or friends here .With so many different exhibits everyone always finds a favorite spot, the early California painting are wonderful. Their staff is friendly and informative . There is even a large indoor play area for small children. The cafe is excellent...More
A very nice museum near state capitol. Architectural Design very well done. Permanent collection on smallish size, but wonderful temporary exhibits. I saw an exquisite glass exhibit a few years ago. Museum Cafe set in beautiful open area - food options very nice.
As one of the Artist in this exhibit, I cant stay enough about the staff. Everyone was so helpful and professional. Their attention to detail for very diverse artists produced a wonderful exhibit for all ages.
As a member of the Crocker, I am always...More
A very spacious museum that is actually two different buildings. The Crocker house is a stately, impressive Victorian that has a large ceramic collection. The modern building next door also had ceramics on display as well as paintings. Allow a couple hours. Not crowded, it...More
We really enjoyed our visit to this museum. Good collection of European paintings and California artists. I'm not as big a fan of more contemporary art but thought they had some really interesting pieces. The original gallery building was really cool with beautiful wooden doors...More
Dec 30th my wife and I visited the museum for two hours though we should have planned more time. We took the 1 hour docent tour that I highly recommend (commences on the hour near the entrance to the museum). Great exhibitions of the art...More
Yes....try calling the museum. But...anyone who has driven a large vehicle knows...THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES you'll find a parking place near anything! You must try your luck and hope for the best. And,or you could have... More
Yes....try calling the museum. But...anyone who has driven a large vehicle knows...THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES you'll find a parking place near anything! You must try your luck and hope for the best. And,or you could have the "designated driver" find a place within a mile or so...and remain in the vehicle while the other people are dropped off.....and they go into the venue with the plan being to make a cell phone call when they are ready to be picked up. Does anyone know any other "strategies"....???