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The Sheldon Art Galleries

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The Sheldon Art Galleries

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Qualitylovers wrote a review Dec. 2017
South Lyon, Michigan205 contributions51 helpful votes
Our family had a spectacular wedding here. Close to our great hotel (Ignatio) and lots of other attractions. Used the concert hall for the wedding, a huge and high ceiling room with stage for the dinner, and exterior reception area outside the exhibits for the reception. Very large facility for the bridal party. Roof balcony for the smokers. Great and very helpful staff. Wheelchair accessible. And guests were free to walk through the exhibits, but ours seemed far to busy eating and dancing and talking.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Jill0519 wrote a review Sep. 2017
Saint Louis, Missouri94 contributions13 helpful votes
Lived in St Louis for long time and didn't know the Sheldon had an Art Gallery. When I visited had a great "horns" exhibit - even if your not a musician the display was well worth the trip. I did not realize there were so many different types of horns. Not just current horns - an evolution of horns - great history lessons on the changes of time. A conch shell - potentially the first, a pedal phone (ride and play). And best of all it was free.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Bobby44881 wrote a review Mar. 2017
Saint Louis, Missouri1,458 contributions245 helpful votes
I like how they mix professional art with amateur. And I always enjoy their music exhibits, especially the jazz history exhibits.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Lorin G wrote a review Feb. 2017
Saint Louis, Missouri1,858 contributions189 helpful votes
This place is so terrific for concerts. I have been to many over the years. The stage and auditorium have perfect acoustics. This, as I understand, is due to the fact it has a dirt floor basement.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Patrick O wrote a review Dec. 2016
Saint Louis, Missouri16 contributions5 helpful votes
The Sheldon Theater was once home to The Saint Louis Ethical Society, and is now a theater and home to the performing arts. One thing that most people don't know is that this venue has perfect acoustical sound.Any performance you see here is a real treat to your ears. Enough about the theater this review is about the recently added art galleries. As in most art museums you will find paintings,sculptures and photo art all that is presently at the Sheldon Galleries, but if you are a musician especially if you play a horn you will want to see the collection of horns currently on display. You will find a conch shell some consider this the first horn also on display are sheep horns, a pedal-phone which is a horn you can ride and play at the same time(it looks like something out of a DR. Seuss Book) , a trumpet with six valves and six horns going in every direction. I am not a musician and i found this exhibit interesting but if you play you never want to leave. Now you may be asking yourself whats the price to get in ? The exhibit is free and I believe it runs through A OF August of 2017. don't missit
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Date of experience: December 2016
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