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Bad News; Good News; The bad news was that it was a holiday, and so it was closed! The good news was that there were plenty of outside sculptures by Bruce Larson to view - all of them interesting. What we could see from the...More
This museum is a real gem if you like a wide range of sports. From paintings to sculpture to posters most every sport is covered. It is called the largest collection of sport art in the world. Hank Aaron, Sugar Ray Leonard, Carl Lewis, Wayne...More
I carried my 6 year old grandson to this museum. For his age there were some items he did not appreciate as much, but I expected that. We both loved the sculptures of the various athletes playing different sports on the outside. Even though it...More
The museum is actually the halls of an office building so you encounter employees and offices. I kind of felt out of place, so it was a short visit. It is great that they offer the displays, but I would had personally felt more comfortable...More
Heavy rains had us choosing indoor activities and this seemed interesting. We drove around the building and found what appeared to be the main entrance. Halfway up the stairs it says 'Visitors use door on other side'.
Dashed back to car. Drove to other side....More
My boyfriend, sister and I decided to go to the Sport Art Museum. It was free admission (always a good thing). We all enjoyed the art and for it to be a free outing, we had a good time. My boyfriend loves baseball and knows...More
I should explain the title by saying that although the museum does have a lot of sport related art, the building is primarily an online sports education school.
Do not expect to find sports memorabilia. The collection is mostly paintings and statues. There are a...More