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Orlando Museum of Art

2416 North Mills Avenue
Orlando, Florida

Phone: 407-896-4231 --

Statement of Purpose:

American art; African and pre-Columbian works.

The Orlando Museum of Art's (OMA) mission reflects the continued growth of Central Florida, ardent community support for the arts, and OMA's role as a leading cultural institution in the region.

Since its inception, OMA's purpose has been to enrich the cultural life of Florida by providing excellence in the visual arts. OMA has dedicated itself to collecting, preserving, and interpreting notable works of art; to presenting exhibitions of local, regional, and international significance; to developing first-rate educational programs; and to developing creative and inclusive programs that reach every segment of a diverse community.

History of the Museum

Founded in 1924, OMA is a 501 (c)3, non-profit, educational institution, governed by a Board of Trustees. In 1971, OMA was one of the first museums in the nation to receive professional accreditation by the American Association of Museums and it has maintained its accredited status ever since. OMA was cited by Newsweek as one of the best art museums in the State because of its excellence and statewide impact. OMA has received numerous outstanding community service awards for programs which are responsive to community needs.

Highlights & Collections:

Nestled in picturesque Orlando Loch Haven Park, the Orlando Museum of Art is one of Central Florida’s cultural gems, boasting permanent collections of American art, African art and art of the ancient Americas, and is home to a variety of traveling exhibitions of the highest artistic merit. Elegant architecture, marble floors and a glass ceiling add to the grandeur and ambiance of this beautiful facility.


Annually, OMA presents an outstanding and diverse schedule of temporary exhibitions which are curated by OMA and/or obtained from national and international museums and private collections.



Edward Henry Potthast: American Impressionist, Selections from the Gross Family Collection

Ongoing — Hugh F. and Jeanette G. McKean Gallery

Art of the Ancient Americas Collection

Permanent Viewing —Lockheed Martin Gallery I

American Portraits and Landscapes, Long-Term Loan Martin and Gracia Andersen

Permanent Viewing —Winifred Johnson Clive Gallery

19th- and Early 20th-Century American Art from the Permanent Collection and Long-Term Loans

Permanent Viewing —Carl and Gini Weyand Gallery

Contemporary American Art from the Permanent Collection and Long-Term Loans

Permanent Viewing —Mr. and Mrs. Chesley G. Magruder Gallery II and Martin & Gracia Andersen Lakeview & Parkview Promenade Galleries


Tuesday-Friday, 10am-4pm;
Saturday and Sunday, noon-4pm;
closed Mondays and major holidays.

Admission & Directions:

Adults: $8
Seniors: $7
College students with I.D.: $7
Groups of 10 or more: $7
Children ages 7-18: $5
Children ages 6 and younger: Free
OMA Members: Free

on Highway 17-92 in Orlando Loch Haven Park; from I-4, take Exit #85 east.


Key Personnel:

Marena Grant Morrisey, Executive Director
Michelle Ghorbanian

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