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Love seeing Rockwell’s studio-the guide stationed there was knowledgeable and offered wonderful commentary. Walked the river path from the studio-beautiful views and photo ops. Toured the museum-especially enjoyed the short film on Rockwell’s life on the lower level. There is an outdoor cafe (seasonally open)...More
This is a very small museum dedicated to the work of Norman Rockwell. The advertising billboards also mention Wyeth, leading one to expect works by Andrew Wyeth, but no, there are some works by an illustrator named NC Wyeth. The movie was excellent. Not sorry...More
I just loved this place - pure nostalgia, as I was aware of Rockwell's work and had a book many years ago which, as a Brit, illustrated what I believed to be American Life during the 1940s - 1960s.Vintage stuff.
The Museum is easy to...More
This is a great place to visit if you love rockwells art. many of his works are always on display plus you can go into his studio which is also on the grounds. the museum has special exhibits showing throughout the year. the museum is...More
This museum has a nice selection of several artists work! We really were impressed with the quality of the work and the nice layout of the facility.
We took a river walk while there and the scenery from the walk was lovely!
Like many people, I grew up seeing Norman Rockwell illustrations on magazine covers (Boy's Life in particular), on posters, etc. Being able to walk among the original pieces brought back a flood of memories. It is fascinating to see how the works evolved from photos...More
We stopped on our way home, at the end of our trip. We allowed 90 min. We saw the entire museum and the movie downstairs. You can spend as much time as you would like there. If you want to take a tour, I would allow two... More
We stopped on our way home, at the end of our trip. We allowed 90 min. We saw the entire museum and the movie downstairs. You can spend as much time as you would like there. If you want to take a tour, I would allow two hours.
Enjoy and make sure you walk outside to see his studio.
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All the answers below offer good suggestions regarding the time needed at Norman Rockwell Museum. A suggested minimum for the galleries is an hour and a half. However, from May through October Norman Rockwell's actual... More
All the answers below offer good suggestions regarding the time needed at Norman Rockwell Museum. A suggested minimum for the galleries is an hour and a half. However, from May through October Norman Rockwell's actual studio is open, just a short walk from the main museum building. Our Terrace Café is also open during the warmer months, and our grounds are lovely to stroll. Through October, we have three exhibits in addition to the Norman Rockwell Collection: "Inventing America: Rockwell and Warhol", the work of illustrator James Warhola, and "The Famous Artists School." Some guests stay all day! Hope to see you soon.