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Currier Museum of Art

150 Ash St, Manchester, NH 03104-4380
+1 603-669-6144
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Great small museum. Staff was friendly and helpful. The price was reasonable. The exhibit was great.

Reviewed 6 days ago
PGPioneers
via mobile
Jazz Brunch, really something special! Then, tour the museum and the Zimmerman House.

Jazz Brunch is held the second Sunday of each month - excellent food and excellent live music! We... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
lexmiller
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150 Ash St, Manchester, NH 03104-4380
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Great small museum. Staff was friendly and helpful. The price was reasonable. The exhibit was great.

Thank PGPioneers
Reviewed 1 week ago

Jazz Brunch is held the second Sunday of each month - excellent food and excellent live music! We were just there, to take advantage of the special Monet exhibit before it closed - had brunch reservations at 11am - excellent! The setup is a buffet...More

Thank lexmiller
Reviewed 1 week ago

Enjoyed the Toulouse-Lautrec prints and posters exhibit. Almost as good as going to the artist-centric museum in Albi, France.

Thank Susan C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you're anywhere in the area, take time to visit the Currier. The permanent collection is small but very well rounded and beautifully hung. Special exhibits are always worth the trip.

Thank mousebooks
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We enjoyed a couple of hours in the Currier Museum of Art- Had a very informative docent tour. Also saw the Monet exhibition and a few American artists who were influenced by him.Worth a visit!

Thank DeborahandAndy
Reviewed 17 October 2017

We enjoyed the museum as part of our Frank Lloyd Wright Zimmerman house admission tour. Contemporary art - European art - quite lovely. We unfortunately did not get to eat at the cafe which looked pretty nice. Also some interesting sculptures outdoors near the entrance....More

Thank b d
Reviewed 16 October 2017

The Currier building/architecture is worth the trip...never mind the ever-changing displays. There is also the Frank Lloyd Wright house that is part of the Currier thatyou can sign up to tour BUT those reservations must be made in advance.

1  Thank Judywofderry4
Reviewed 13 October 2017

Visited for the first time and enjoyed seeing the Monet exhibit-though small it was very well done. We used the free pass from our local Brookline Public Library and had lunch at the café--very good!

1  Thank Linda S
Reviewed 11 October 2017

Lots of paintings from local artists. I look for special events and go to visit. One event that was amazing was the Samurai exhibit

Thank orionhunt
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

It is alway a pleasure to see what have on display. They own many famous painters. A good thing for a small art museum. I have bin a member of the museum for 20 plus years. I am very proud to part of such a...More

1  Thank mumu3nh2
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jillv433
17 March 2015|
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Response from curriermuseum | Property representative |
Hi jillv433: Tickets just went on sale today (4/1) for Zimmerman House tours. The actual tours start on April 16 and run through part of January 2016. All tours begin and end at the Currier Museum and include Museum... More
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