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Freeport Art Museum

121 N Harlem Ave, Freeport, IL 61032-3845
+1 815-235-9755
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Doesn't change much.

Which the facility is very peaceful and I love the old building, I have gone there recently and... read more

Reviewed 12 January 2016
clearing_boxer
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Suphan Buri, Thailand
Impressive collection

This museum has a variety of pieces from all over the world. It is impressive for such a small... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2015
Elizabethazh
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Chicago, Illinois
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11 Jan 2016
“Doesn't change much.”
14 Oct 2015
“Impressive collection”
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121 N Harlem Ave, Freeport, IL 61032-3845
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+1 815-235-9755

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Reviewed 12 January 2016

Which the facility is very peaceful and I love the old building, I have gone there recently and literally scene things that were there twenty years ago. Of course, this is a small town museum, so they aren't on rotation with large urban museums, but...More

1  Thank clearing_boxer
Reviewed 15 October 2015 via mobile

This museum has a variety of pieces from all over the world. It is impressive for such a small town. There is a room that highlights artist from the area and local students which is something to check out. They also have creative activities to...More

1  Thank Elizabethazh
Reviewed 14 January 2015 via mobile

They have permanent exhibits and rotating exhibits. Cost is a donation. It is in an old school building so it smells a bit funny and the floors creak. The ladies that work there are friendly and knowledgeable. Art ranges from paintings, to sculptures, school art...More

3  Thank LikeToExploreAround
Reviewed 16 April 2014

One of Freeport's best kept secrets. So much history in this area so beautifully documented and displayed. A special place with much to see and learn. A well worth trip for the entire family.

3  Thank Catherine T
Reviewed 15 October 2013

this is a great place to visit when in Freeport - very informative and lots of things to see - the grounds all the trees are marked so many school kids get their botanical information here - donations so no set price

2  Thank svfv70
Reviewed 15 October 2013

A mini-art museum. At first it looked like a haunted mansion, but inside the art work was very nice. The woman who works there was very friendly and informative. The entire visit took about 1/2 hour.

2  Thank PJ1600
Reviewed 28 June 2013

This building used to be a school. It house lots of fun, interesting, and eclectic exhibits like the Native American room. The paintings are very interesting, and some are local artists. The gift shop houses local crafters wares you can't find elsewhere.

1  Thank Kim S
Reviewed 10 April 2013

Beautiful little Museum with great permanent exhibits, and wonderful changing exhibits. Also have an excellant rapport with the local school systems for the student population.

1  Thank luzi76
Reviewed 26 May 2012

Most was donated by Mr WT Rawliegh. An advid art collector from around the world. Some of these paintings and sculptures you would only find in the bigger cities. Cool Egyptian collection. Early indian collection. Plan on 1-2 hours. If you are like me you...More

2  Thank Kev521
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