An art collection adds to the ambiance of one's home and distracts family members from the fact that there are no walls. Cover up architectural absence with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $7 for a one-day pass for two (a $14 value)
- $12 for a one-day pass for four (a $28 value)
- $12 for a weekend pass for two (a $28 value)
- $20 for a weekend pass for four (a $56 value)
One-day passes are valid for entry on Saturday, May 5, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., or on Sunday, May 6, from noon to 4 p.m. Weekend passes are valid for entry on both Saturday, May 5, and Sunday, May 6.
Grubb mansion, the home to the Lancaster Museum of Art, is transformed for the LMA Spring Artisan Market and is filled with the handcrafted artworks of local and national artisans, including Christine Morgan, Moxie House, and Critter & Guitari. The market converts the mansion’s tables and galleries into display spaces for all manner of art media, from paintings and photographs to glittering jewelry and pocket pianos for traveling composers. The two-day market brings the community together in celebration of talented artists and their unique works, with 30% of all art sales set aside in support of Lancaster Museum of Art’s ongoing education programs, events, and exhibits.
Lancaster Museum of Art
Keenly aware of Lancaster’s need for a space celebrating the city's vibrant art community, a group of determined artists and citizens banded together in 1965 to found the Goethean Hall Gallery of Art, nestled amid Franklin and Marshall College. Though the art gallery has changed venues and names, the original vision of its founders—to provide visitors with the “best available art”—remains unchanged. Rechristened as the Lancaster Museum of Art (LMA), the museum now resides in the historic Grubb mansion, and boasts diverse exhibits and events for the public. The mansion’s 4,000 square feet of galleries and porticos plays host to an ever-changing lineup of awe-inspiring art, as well as a permanent collection composed of paintings from a roster of Lancaster’s homegrown artists, including Hugh Fitzgerald, Abby Rudisill, and Ellen Slupe. LMA also fosters an artistic dialogue with the community through numerous education programs that introduce the next generation to the ins and outs of the creative process.