Art Museums

Immerse yourself in the edifying culture of art. Tennessee’s art museums cover the broad spectrum of human creativity and imagination, blended with colorful pinches of local flavor.

Tennessee is a treat for the artistic eye, from the impressive collection of American art at Chattanoogas architecturally striking Hunter Museum, to the regional and international exhibitions at the beautiful Frist Center.

Stimulate your senses with Italian Renaissance art or immerse yourself in a pre-Columbian world at the states oldest museum, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. A vast collection of works on paper, emerging artist showcases, photography and fine crafts are the centerpieces of Knoxville Museum of Art. The Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art, the Fisk University Galleries, the Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, and the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery are just a few of Tennessees museums to interest and inspire you.

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Hunter Museum of American Art Hunter Museum of American ArtChattanooga The Parthenon The ParthenonNashville Frank H. McClung Museum - University of Tennessee Frank H. McClung Museum - University of TennesseeKnoxville West Tennessee Regional Art Center West Tennessee Regional Art CenterHumboldt The Dixon Gallery & Gardens The Dixon Gallery & GardensMemphis Houston Museum of Decorative Arts Houston Museum of Decorative ArtsChattanooga Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of ArtNashville Frist Center for the Visual Arts Frist Center for the Visual ArtsNashville Vanderbilt University Fine Arts GalleryNashville Ewing Gallery of Art & ArchitectureKnoxville Fisk University Galleries Fisk University GalleriesNashville Belz Museum of Asian & Judaic Art Belz Museum of Asian & Judaic ArtMemphis Knoxville Museum of Art Knoxville Museum of ArtKnoxville Memphis Brooks Museum of ArtMemphis Tennessee State Museum Tennessee State MuseumNashville
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