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“Home to approximately 6,265 objects!”
The Permanent Collections are estimated to contain approximately 6,265 objects, including paintings, sculptures, textiles, drawings, photographs, prints and other works on paper. The Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center’s history begins in 1967, when Casper’s Mary Durham along with a group of friends hosted the first art show in a little white house that still stands at the corner of “A” and Park streets. We invite you to explore and experience contemporary art on a personal level through our innovative exhibitions, educational programs and community activities. All our programs are designed to stimulate, encourage and advance self-expression and knowledge of the arts.
I've never actually been IN this establishment. .. but I always love the events held on the grounds. Farmers market, family events, etc Read more
Great spot for the artists at heart. We went-on a Sunday and it was free. Another definite plus for us. My nephew is a starting artists and this is one of those quick stops that you make to give... Read more
Nicolaysen museum and discovery center is a wonderful museum to enjoy while visiting Casper. Deb is a Wonderful Museum Ambassador. Picasso, Dali, Francis Bacon, Marie Louise Marsey, Henri... Read more
Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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