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Biggs Museum Of American Art

406 Federal Street

Mission and Vision

The Biggs Museum of American Art is dedicated to developing awareness, understanding, and appreciation of fine and decorative arts and their impact on our culture and to the enrichment of our cultural lives by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting the fine and decorative arts for a diverse audience.


Liam Tahaney

Sunday, May 20, 2018
Great little museum. It definitely is little though. We were free because we are students, but I'm not sure I'd be so positive if I had payed, especially when considering everything you can do for free in the area. That being said, the collections are very good with a diverse body of American art, furniture, etc

Bob Hartman

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Just visited today (6/12/18) to join as a member. They are offering a special discount for individual and family memberships so now is the time to join if you've been considering it. We decided to get the NARM membership, which includes entry into nearly 1000 other museums here in the States. We plan on getting our money's worth out of the membership and will provide an update in a month or so.

Gabriel Seda

Sunday, May 20, 2018
There's some really neat stuff in there but it's always cycling out. I could see for some, $10 might not be worth it but it has three small floors of interesting works and artifacts. Free first Saturday of every month. Free for active duty military (and guest) and seniors at all times.

Colton Phillips

Monday, May 14, 2018
Good collection of items, cheap at only $10. Some of the items were missing descriptions but I did go at a time where they were setting up new things and taking down old things.

Melinda Weber

Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018
Not friendly staff.. NOT a free museum as Google search said it was $10 per person.. this uesd to be a favorite of mine when I had an hour to kill... Not for $10 and unfriendly staff..

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