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The Rockwell Museum

111 Cedar St, Corning, NY 14830-2632
+1 607-937-5386
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Great and varied display of the Old West through art

We were very pleasantly surprised by this collection. The museum is comfortable and we were... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2016
Gingerbreadjoe
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Forest Hills, New York
Moving History

The museum is just the right size, the paintings on display are well lit and there are many sitting... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2016
Devorah K
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Art about the american experience -- the people, land and ideas that shape America through the eyes of American artists. Connect and reflect on the story of America through the eyes of American artists. The diverse collection of original American masterpieces includes a mix of contemporary Native American art alongside traditional bronze sculptures, landscape paintings and other works that embody America and the migration west. Kids and teens 17 and under are always free to The Rockwell -- specialized Art Hunts and our Family Exploration Studio make our museum the perfect destination for all ages. The Rockwell is named for our founding collectors, Bob and Hertha Rockwell, local business owners who amassed an incredible collection of American art and artifacts.
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  • Average12%
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“western art” (99 reviews)
“american west” (34 reviews)
“rockwell museum” (52 reviews)
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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111 Cedar St, Corning, NY 14830-2632
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Reviewed 2 September 2016

We were very pleasantly surprised by this collection. The museum is comfortable and we were unhurried. There is a lot of varied styles and media from sculpture to paintings, to guns; and from artists from the old west to Andy Warhol. You don't need a...More

1  Thank Gingerbreadjoe
Reviewed 1 September 2016 via mobile

The museum is just the right size, the paintings on display are well lit and there are many sitting areas at a proper distance to admire the light and depth of each piece. They also offer an interactive book of I Spy to look deeper...More

1  Thank Devorah K
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Beautiful paintings and sculptures depicting the American western frontier (think cowboy era). Many of the paintings are not from that era but are recent creations. All are amazing. Museum is relatively small so you can see it all without taking all day. You can get...More

1  Thank Kurt L
Reviewed 19 August 2016 via mobile

A very strong emphasis on American Art. Well worth spending a couple of hours browsing and learning. Very tough act to follow after the wonders at the glass museum, but try to spare the time. The hotels often include tickets to both the glass museum...More

Thank robcurtross
Reviewed 16 August 2016

Outstanding collection,tickets are in tandem with Corning Glass museum,and includes free bus ride rd trip from Corning Mus..Western art is featured, well worth the visit

Thank foodfriend2016
Reviewed 15 August 2016

My husband and I came here with three hours to spend, after two we were done and looking in the gift shop, which we spent 30 mins in. This museum is just the right size. Bathrooms are located on the 1st floor of the gallery,...More

Thank ZL4
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

Occupying three floors of exhibition area, and a nice gift shop as you walk in, this museum will talk you back to early America through art and artifacts. The art comes here from several regional families, and depicts the American Way of Life Past. Beautiful...More

Thank dcpacker
Reviewed 9 August 2016

Kind of boring, and not really to much fun or informative even for an old fart like me. But we were close and had the time, I should have spent more time at Watkins glen park.

Thank KP G
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

We were in town for a family reunion and wanted to get some of the museums in..... Since we were local on the Avenue we decided to stop in It was a pleasant visit but nothing really to write home about Probably the best feature...More

Thank an-urban-redneck
Reviewed 4 August 2016 via mobile

This museum is not that large. The building itself is quite beautiful. However If you do not like Americana art this museum is not for you.

Thank adam s
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kdjent
1 July 2017|
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Response from wrosev | Property representative |
Hi there, There is a parking lot free for our visitors, located directly behind the museum. We do a bus lane, and if it is open you are free to use it! Corning Musem of Glass also has ample parking, and there is a free... More
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May-rosebru
8 August 2016|
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Response from wrosev | Property representative |
Yes! We have multiple paintings by Albert Bierstadt on view, including the enormous "Mount Whitney"
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May-rosebru
8 August 2016|
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Response from Olle W | Reviewed this property |
No, I don't, but check the museum's website for more info. Also Wikipedia has some info on this.
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