San Antonio Museum Of Art

When you will travel to San Antonio you will find that there are two very famous museums which you can visit there-the Museum of Art and the Witte Museum of Science and History-chartered in 1925. There are a number of fine art collections hence the trustees there were forced to secure the place with high security. The renovation of this place was done with approximately $7.2 million.

Most importantly the museum of art highlights American art which includes pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial, and Latin American folk art. There are also eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth-century American and European paintings, decorative arts, and sculptures.

The museum has been receiving a number of arts from everywhere and the collection has been increasing ever since. The museum has received a number of artistic gifts from many artists and collection of sculptures and painting are exquisite and extremely mind-blowing.

You will find San Antonio travel tips in all travel guides. The Museum Reach extension of San Antonio’s famous river walk was opened in May 2009. A shaded pavilion, esplanade, and terrace along the museum’s north side were built which was called the Gloria Galt River Landing by SAMA.

The main aim of the museums was to showcase, preserve, exhibit, and interpret significant works of art all around the world. All the art was a sign of the varied culture which was showcased in one place. It was their aim to educate different audiences, provide transformational experiences and strengthen shared understanding.

The museum also conducts tours, films, varied events, concerts, children workshops, family art activities, and much more so as to make it a famous tourist attraction.

San Antonio Museum Of Art Address
200 West Jones Avenue
San Antonio, Texas 78215

Tel: (210) 978-8100

San Antonio Museum Of Art Hours:
Tuesday: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Wednesday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: noon – 6 p.m.
Monday: closed

Ticket Information for the San Antonio Museum Of Art:
Members: Free
Adults: $8
Seniors: $7(65 years old +)
Students & Active Military: $5
Children: $3(4 years old – 11)
Children: Free(3 years old – under)



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