Biggs Museum of American Art

406 Federal Street, Dover

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Museum hosts temporary exhibits, programs, events & American art collection with work from 1700s to present spanning 18 galleries

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  • $9.60 for admission for two to the Biggs Museum of American Art ($20 value)
  • $18.40 for admission for four ($40 value)

In addition to the permanent collection, the Biggs Museum of American Art hosts a number of rotating exhibits. Click here to view current and upcoming exhibitions.

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About Biggs Museum of American Art

Sewell C. Biggs was known by many titles: University of Delaware graduate, world traveler, and perhaps most importantly, art collector. In 1993, he founded the Biggs Museum of American Art. He filled its galleries with American art from the present all the way back to the 1700s, highlighting the evolution of American and especially Mid-Atlantic art. Sewell C. Biggs died in 2003, but he left behind an enduring legacy, one that continues to evolve as the museum brings in new, rotating exhibits.

  • Size: three gallery floors, more than 1,800 works, and more than 400 years of American art
  • Eye catchers: a collection of early American furniture, including a tall stained wood clock from the mid 18th century
  • Other collection highlights: sculptures by Hiram Powers, images by Brandywine School illustrator Frank E. Schoonover, and paintings from the Peale family
  • Don't miss: the museum's collection of regional silver
  • Pro tip: Sketching with pencils is always welcome, but artists who want to work with other mediums need advanced permission.
  • Special programs: art classes and educational workshops for kids and adults