What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $13 for admission for two ($20 value)
- $25 for admission for four ($40 value)
- $55 for a dual/family membership ($85 value)
The dual/family membership includes:
- Unlimited admission for two adults and four children ages 16 and younger
- Invitations to opening preview receptions
- Discounts at the museum store
- Daily activities
- Click here to view all member benefits
Current and Future Exhibits
Yale University Art Gallery brings its collection of 1970s photorealism to the Nassau County Museum of Art, featuring paintings, prints, and sculptures using precise forms of realism based on still-life photographs. Artists include Duane Hanson, Robert Cottingham, Ben Schonzeit, and Don Eddy. The museum will also exhibit the Orientalist paintings of Louis Comfort Tiffany from its own collection. July 19–November 9.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 9, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Please provide email address at checkout, which Groupon will provide to facilitate redemption. Museum is closed Mondays. Museum closed from 7/7-7/18 for exhibition change over. Some special events require additional fee. New members only for membership offer. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Nassau County Museum of Art
The Nassau County Museum of Art blurs the line between nature and art. Surrounding a two-story museum full of 19th- and 20th-century American and European masterpieces are 145 acres of lush gardens. Visitors who view works by acclaimed artists will also bear witness to the brushstrokes of Mother Nature as they walk eight trails and visit a formal garden designed by renowned landscape architect Marian Cruger Coffin. On these paths, they'll find a meticulously restored water tower, a historic garden trellis and more than 40 sculptures by lauded figures such as Richard Serra and Tom Otterness.
But such a collection of beauty both natural and handmade didn't just fall out of the sky. The estate originally belonged to long-time editor of the New York Evening Post and patron of the arts William Cullen Bryant. It then changed hands several times before becoming a gift from US Steel co-founder Henry Clay Frick to his son, Childs. It was Childs' naturalism that made the grounds what they are today.
Today, Nassau County carries this tradition forward with its permanent collection of more than 500 pieces, as well as rotating exhibitions. In addition, the museum hosts plenty of programs and events for youngsters and adults alike, including artist lectures and drop-in art workshops.