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Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

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Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

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445 N Park Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789-3212
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karentalbott wrote a review 1 Mar.
Paducah, Kentucky67 contributions19 helpful votes
Well done museum. More than Tiffany lamps, but you see that also. Appreciate all the art mediums used n]by Tiffany.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Megan R wrote a review Feb. 2021
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Recently visited this venue. The displays and exhibits were excellent. What spoiled my visit was their in your face, literally, approach to COVID. When we entered the building we were asked to “Sanitize our hands”. The lady checking us in didn’t wear a mask, but yet I was told to “cover my nose”. Perhaps the facility needs to be reported for CDC violations. We were then harassed in every room to raise the mask. I explained that I was tested and vaccinate,x2,, to no avail. The final straw was the Gift Shop. I was in a buying mood but told that I had to “Sanitize” again. I informed them this wasn’t happening and walked out. This event , plus having to wear a mask outside in Winter Park caused me to cut my trip short and return to the sanity of Clearwater Beach. I don’t need to be harassed while supporting their local economy. Several of my neighbors have been considering visiting the museum, but I have prepped them for what lies ahead.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Bob S wrote a review Feb. 2021
Cincinnati, Ohio2,317 contributions363 helpful votes
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We visited here two years ago and wanted to go back to see the Tiffany works of art. Not much changed but it was still a thrill to see all of the stained glass, jewelry and other works of art from the Tiffany collection. It's not a huge place but allow between 1 and 2 hours to browse the collection. Non-flash photos are allowed. Limited free parking in the rear. Note: ignore the big banner and door on North Park Avenue; the entrance is in the rear by the parking area. Also, due to Covid restrictions, they are using timed admissions to limit crowding so you MUST call ahead for an appointment time. Admission fee charged
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Wing_anda_Prayer1210 wrote a review Jan. 2021
Fort Myers, Florida505 contributions200 helpful votes
We were not able to get our family of five on one timed reservation, but the receptionist allowed us all to come in together and we were even allowed to come early since we had arrived early. Patrons were mindful of social distancing. The museum has history as well as art of Tiffany. The glass pieces are well presented and stunningly beautiful. Even the grumpy teen boy was mesmerized.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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KathyM wrote a review Dec. 2020
Venice FL81 contributions60 helpful votes
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No thanks to Covid, I was the only person in this delightful collection of Tiffany and other Art Nouveau creations for about 30 minutes until two masked couples entered. What a delightful treat for the senses to see the lights, colors, textures and forms of art glass, lamps, jewelry, pottery, paintings, architectural materials-- and an entire chapel! I thought about all the people, humble and lauded, who saw these objects over the years and are now gone from this earth while these treasures continue to enrich ours. There is something special about humans driving us to create, image, construct, and collect, and pass on to another generation. And we like shiny and bright things don't we. There's a ton here so drink up!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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