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You wouldn't expect to find a decent art collection in San Antonio, but the McNay is a standout, as is the building. Doesn't compare to the great museums of NY or LA, but far better the collections of many more well known cities. Worth an...More
This is a converted 1920's Hacienda with contemporary additions which house a wonderful collection of art work from masters from all aver the world dating from medieval times to contemporary pieces. They feature special exhibits which are well put together and interesting and rarely seen...More
It had been many years since visiting the McNay and we were so glad we decided to come again on this trip to San Antonio. If you don't know, the McNay is located in what was a private mansion, and the buildings and courtyards is...More
For our visit there were many schoolchildren there, noisy and lively, which enhanced the experience but wouldn't necessarily appeal to everyone! An amazing variety of art including modern interactive art and interesting outdoor sculpture. Well worth a visit.
The McNay Art Museum is a must-visit in San Antonio. The Spanish Colonial style building that houses the museum is a destination in itself. Inside you'll find works by Georgia O'Keefe, Matisse and Picasso. Set aside two to three hours to thoroughly enjoy everything the...More
We came for Kusama exhibition but stayed to look at the permanent art collection. A little bit of this, and a little bit of that (Cezanne, Renoir, Picasso, etc.) but also quite a few "less-known" worthy pieces of art. A really good curator job! We...More
We took our friends who live here andhave never been ! It was very well restored a lot of history about the family and the way this house came to be, needed more time truly to really see all of the wonderful works she acquired...More