The Currier Museum of Art in Manchester covers a variety of mediums and eras with the more than 13,000 artworks that form the core of its permanent collection. Explore galleries that run from works by New Hampshire natives to the decorative arts, American pieces from the likes of Albert Bierstadt and Thomas Hart Benton to modern art contributions from Pablo Picasso, Arthur Dove and Georgia O'Keefe. There are also a number of contemporary works on show, and regularly changing exhibitions featuring a variety of mediums, from photography to sculpture. Those interested in visiting the Lucille Zimmerman House, a private residence designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, can make reservations for tours through the Currier Museum.
Hours + Fees
11am-5pm, Sun, Mon, Weds-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 11am-8pm, First Thurs
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