Founded by Carl and Edith Weyerhaeuser, the Art Complex Museum houses a permanent collection of American and European prints, American paintings, Shaker furniture, Asian art, contemporary art, and more. The museum is housed in a uniquely-designed building that offers the perfect setting for exhibitions of contemporary art, as well as rotating selections from the permanent collection. Visitors are also invited to view sculpture throughout the landscaped grounds.
Concerts, lectures, Japanese tea ceremonies, and other programs are regularly offered at the museum. See artcomplex.org for details.
Museum Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 1:00-4:00pm – Admission: Free
The Art Complex Museum’s galleries are wheelchair accessible.
Groups Contact: Lori LeDoux, Communications Coordinator, 781-934-6634 x216, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Information: Season: Year-Round; Days: Wed – Sun 1-4pm; Touring Time: 1 hour; Group Size Limit: 50; Self-Guided or Guided: Either; Wheelchair Access: Yes; Coach Parking: Yes (free, limited)
The Art Complex Museum houses the art collection of Carl A. and Edith Weyerhaeuser, which includes American paintings, American and European prints, Shaker furniture, Asian art, contemporary art, and more. The museum is located at 189 Alden Street in Duxbury, MA. Admission to all exhibitions is free and the galleries are wheelchair accessible.
The Art Complex Museum also offers additional programming and education throughout the year.