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Bicentennial Art Center


category : Museums
The Bicentennial Art Center is housed in a historic mansion that has been turned into an art gallery with rotating displays, featuring noted Midwest artists, local shows and a permanent collection. The works of Alice Baber are included in our permanent collection.


Admission: Free
Hours: Tues - Fri:10am-4pm; Sat-Sun:1pm-3pm. Closed Monday and Major Holidays. Call for exhibition schedule.
Address: 132 S. Central
Phone: 217-466-8130
Our Email: bacm@1choice.net
Wheelchair Accessible Facility

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