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Huntsville Museum of Art


category : Museums
6 to 8 major traveling exhibitions per year, plus shows by regional artists and displays of art from museum's collection provide something for everyone. Guided tours and educational programs offered throughout year.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open M-Sat. 10-5 (Th until 8), Sun. 1-5.
Address: 300 Church St. S.

Phone: 256-535-4350
Fax: 256-532-1743
Our Website:www.hsvmuseum.org

Come visit us in Huntsville, Alabama

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