Nassau County Museum of Art
PO Box 346
One Museum Drive
Roslyn Harbor, NY 11576
(516) 484-9338

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Occupying the neo-Georgian mansion of the 145 acre Frick country estate on Long Island's beautiful North Shore, the Museum is dedicated to bringing to Long Island important exhibitions of internationally acclaimed artists. The Museum's active programming also includes fostering exhibitions of local artists, art education for all ages, and other cultural activities.

The Museum grounds include an Education Center, a Pinetum with nearly 200 conifer specimens from around the world, Formal Gardens, a unique Trellis, rolling lawns and meadows, ponds, and a wildflower walk which provides a sequence of delightful vistas in which to enjoy nature and Outdoor Sculpture.

In this beautiful setting, the Museum offers special lectures, gallery talks, auctions, musical performances, Group Tours, and Children's Programs, not to mention wonderful exhibitions of fine art. As of this writing, the most recent is Image Makers, a fantastic photographic display.

Individuals can enroll in special workshops and art classes, and Groups can take docent - guided Tours for an in-depth study of the current exhibitions.

Hours: Open Tuesday thru Sunday 11am - 4:45pm. Children's Museum opens at 12. Docent Tours (for individuals) Tuesday - Sunday at 2pm. Call or visit the official website linked above to confirm hours and for further details.
Adults $10.00
Seniors (62+) $8.00
Children and Full-Time Students $4.00
Children under 5 FREE
$2.00/car parking fee on weekends.
Call for group and school program rates and
Group Reservations: At least 2 weeks in advance.
Lunch: Museum Cafe open Tuesday through Sunday, 12pm - 4pm.
Handicapped Access: Accessible.
Directions: I-495 (LIE) east to exit 39N. Glen Cove Rd. north 2 miles to Northern Blvd (Rt. 25A) and turn left. At second light turn right into Museum entrance. 45 Minutes.

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