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The Morse Museum is home to the world's most comprehensive collection of works by American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933). Galleries feature works such as jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, leaded-glass lamps and windows...more
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What a gem! Having seen Tiffany pieces in many museums...this is a most wonderful display of lamps, glass, pottery, architecture, paintings, drawings and more!!! Beautifully arranged, more displays served up with complementary rookwood, stickley and more!!!
This lovely museum in the historic district is primarily dedicated to Louis Comfort Tiffany exhibits. The glass is exquisite. The lamps and stained glass are beautiful and you likely will not find this many examples in one location. The chapel exhibit is unique. Staff was...More
We were surprised to find this gem near Orlando. We have long loved art glass and to see this amazing collect of Tiffany glass as well as others in such a wonderful setting was beyond great.
Winter Park is also another reason to enjoy the...More
Yesterday, when the temps were 90 here in FL, my adult daughter and I decided to visit the Morse Museum. We live locally and it had been a couple of years since we visited. The permanent collection of tiffany glass is stunning. When we visited,...More
I would give yourself at least half a day. The museum opens at 0930. We were there when it opened and wandered around until a guided tour at 11 AM. There is a lot to see and it will depend on if you read each card associated... More
I would give yourself at least half a day. The museum opens at 0930. We were there when it opened and wandered around until a guided tour at 11 AM. There is a lot to see and it will depend on if you read each card associated with with each art work.