The artistic heart of Connecticut beats in the center of the state’s capital city. Hartford is home to the nation’s oldest continually operating art museum, as well as one of the country’s most modern and advanced museums of science. The city itself is built around a great park, itself both a display of nature’s art and home to massive sculptures.
Connecticut is home to unique museums you won’t find everywhere you travel.
Boston is a city filled with museums and unexpected exhibits, which is why the strange and even wacky museums in the city come as no surprise.
Made from sand and transformed by fire, there’s almost a magical quality about the art of glass.
From Patti Smith and Claire Beckett to Andrea Dezsö, a lineup of female artists get the spotlight in the region’s best art spaces. Here’s a sampling of some of the spectacular art on view this season.
By Joanne Greco Rochman What do a Garbage Museum and a Space Museum have in common? They’re found in Connecticut and they’re both hands-on. If you think that all museums are stuffy buildings with paintings […]
Whether you are looking for something educational to do with your kids or just want to escape the heat while enjoying a piece by Monet, we’ve uncovered the best museums to check out over the summer.
Some of the best museums in Hartford contain no art at all. Instead, they contain a collection of the state’s history through science, manuscripts, artifacts and aviation. So whether you’re an adult or a young child, there’s something for everyone at these museums.