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One museum, two spaces: In the Bellarmine Hall Galleries, the Fairfield University Art Museum displays its permanent collection alongside rotating special exhibitions. The permanent collection features European and American paintings, […]

The American Mural Project (AMP) celebrates “the art of work” through exhibits, events, and educational programs. Its centerpiece is the largest indoor collaborative artwork in the world: a five-story, 120-foot-long […]

Visitors to the Stamford Museum & Nature Center can enjoy a picnic on the meadow, walk more than 80 acres of nature trails, visit Heckscher Farm and say hello to […]

The Hartford Art School Galleries encompass the Joseloff Gallery, the Donald and Linda Silpe Gallery, the Kaman Print Study Center, and the Art on Campus Program. These exhibition spaces inspire […]

Located in the heart of Hartford, the Wadsworth is a great place to connect with amazing art. Home to nearly 50,000 works, the collection encompasses European art from antiquity through […]

Founded by art collector and fashion designer Larry Aldrich in 1964, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is one of the oldest contemporary art museums in the United States. The Aldrich […]

The William Benton Museum of Art is Connecticut’s State art museum, located on the University of Connecticut campus at Storrs. Drawing largely from its collection of over 7,500 works of […]

MoCA Westport is a destination for contemporary visual arts exhibitions, music performances, and comprehensive arts education. The museum’s mission is to build a deeper understanding of, and passion for, the […]

Based on the values of community, culture, and creativity, Mystic Museum of Art (MMoA) has served as a focal point for the arts in southeastern Connecticut for more than 100 […]

Located on the University’s Olmsted Brothers-designed campus, the Art Museum holds a distinguished collection of more than 2,400 paintings and works on paper. Particularly strong in American 20th-century art, it […]

This vibrant destination in the heart of downtown Waterbury’s architectural district hosts numerous changing exhibitions each year as well as a permanent collection, featuring 300 years of work by American […]

Located on the historic campus of Norwich Free Academy, Slater Memorial Museum features a global collection of artwork and objects and several permanent galleries focusing on the art history of […]

Five Points Gallery, a contemporary gallery which opened in 2012, has grown to exhibit 1800 regional, national, and international artists representing 37 states and 12 counties.  Art New England hails Five […]

The Yale Center for British Art is a public art museum that houses the largest and most comprehensive collection of British art outside the United Kingdom.  Presented to the university […]

The only National Park dedicated to American Impressionism was home to three generations of artists including Julian Alden Weir, a leading figure in 19th century art and America’s most beloved […]

Located in Bruce Park overlooking Greenwich Harbor, the Bruce Museum is a community-based, world-class institution that offers a changing array of exhibitions and educational programs to promote the understanding and […]

Founded in 1914, the Lyme Art Association is a welcoming and vibrant fine arts community and nonprofit arts center in the heart of Old Lyme, Connecticut, which was home more […]

Located just off I-95, Exit 83, the Lyman Allyn Art Museum has enjoyed celebrating the arts with visitors for almost a century. Featuring particularly strong collections of American paintings and […]

Hill-Stead Museum is noted for its 1901 33,000-square-foot house filled with art and antiques. Pioneering female architect Theodate Pope Riddle designed the Colonial Revival-style house, set on 150 hilltop acres, […]

The circa 1730 National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House survived the American Revolution and became the site of CT’s first American Impressionist art colony from 1890 to 1920, where influential artists […]

The recipient of a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, the Florence Griswold Museum has been called “Giverny in Connecticut” by the Wall Street Journal, and a “must-see” by the Boston […]

Silvermine Arts Center, one of the oldest artist communities in the United States, is the preeminent visual arts center in Fairfield County. For 100 years, Silvermine has been a gathering […]

The first institution dedicated solely to acquiring American art. Spanning four centuries of American history, the New Britain Museum of American Art’s collection is renowned for its strengths in colonial […]

A multimedia studio and gallery located in central Norwalk near South Norwalk, the center is dedicated to the art of the print; including traditional and innovative printmaking, papermaking, book arts, […]

Step back in time to the Golden Age of carousels. Children and adults can’t help but smile when meeting over 400 carousel figures, from horses and rabbits to tigers and donkeys. When you […]

One of the oldest college art museums in the world, the gallery was founded in 1832 when patriot-artist John Trumbull gave over 100 of his paintings to Yale College. Trumbull’s […]

Eastern Art Gallery is the cultural incubator on campus of Eastern Connecticut State University.  The Gallery has a 40-year history of exhibitions of contemporary art that have inspired students, faculty, […]

Stay Close. Stay Curious: The Housatonic Museum of Art (HMA) holds one of the largest art collections of any community college in the United States with almost 7,000 artworks. The […]