Lancaster Museum of Art
For almost half a century the Lancaster Museum of Art has sought to provide visitors with the “best available art.” Since its founding in 1965 by a group of artists and community leaders, the Lancaster Museum of Art has been a leading source for culture, and education for people living in, as well as visiting, this region. Initially known as the Goethean Gallery and located on the campus of Franklin and Marshall College, the organization became the Community Gallery of Lancaster County when it relocated off-campus to a downtown location, In 1979 it moved to its present location in the Grubb Mansion, adjacent to Musser Park, and in 1996 became the Lancaster Museum of Art.
The Lancaster Museum of Art is a nonprofit community arts center, dedicated to the advancement of the visual arts through exhibitions and educational programming.
The Museum provides a 4000 square foot facility for exhibitions of regional, national and international artists in a variety of media, artist's lectures, panel discussions, workshops and art classes for children and adults. The Museum is open to the public, free of charge, Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-4 pm and Sunday Noon-4 pm and is handicapped accessible on the first floor.