Minnesota Marine Art Museum

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  • Adults and senior citizens: $7; Students, ages 5-18: $3; Free Student Tuesday; Children ages 4 and under: free; Immediate Family Rate: $20. Tour and group rates available.

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  • Please use your preferred navigation system. The Minnesota Marine Art Museum is located at 800 Riverview Drive in Winona - we are on the river in an industrial area of town. Call us if you're lost! 507-474-6626.

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  • 10am - 5pm Tuesday-Sunday. Closed Mondays and major holidays. Feel free to call us and confirm: 507-474-6626

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  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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  1. Kodachrome Memory: Both Sides of the Mighty Mississippi, Photographs by Nathan Benn

    Kodachrome Memory: Both Sides of the Mighty Mississippi, Photographs by Nathan Benn

    800 Riverview Drive
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 474-6626
    Toll Free: (866) 940-6626

    Nathan Benn served on the National Geographic photographic staff from 1972 into 1991. Three hundred of his photographs were published in National Geographic Magazine, and hundreds more in numerous books. This exhibition features Benn’s selection of images from this period capturing the physical, cultural, and aesthetic spirit of the Mississippi River. This exhibition is part of the Museum’s on-going Mississippi River Exhibition Series that explores a range of artists’ expressions inspired by the River.

  2. New Additions & Old Favorites

    800 Riverview Drive
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 474-6626
    Toll Free: (866) 940-6626

    The Minnesota Marine Art Museum is home to over 1,000 diverse works of marine art, but not all are on long-term display in the galleries. MMAM also has recently acquired new works that we are excited to share. Because of this, we are proud to announce this new exhibition featuring newly acquired works and some old favorites.

    On exhibit are recently unveiled paintings by Edward Cucuel and Edward Lamson Henry, as well as the return of works by popular artists John Stobart, Dusan Kadlec, Thomas Moran, Len Tantillo and many more.

  3. The 17th National Exhibition of the America Society of Marine Artists

    The 17th National Exhibition of the America Society of Marine Artists

    800 Riverview Drive
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 474-6626
    Toll Free: (866) 940-6626

    A semi-annual juried exhibition of paintings and sculpture by America’s best contemporary marine artists. This special two-gallery exhibition features more than 100 works of art.


  4. Watershed Cairns: Photography and Cairns by Joshua Rowan & Libby Reuter

    Watershed Cairns: Photography and Cairns by Joshua Rowan & Libby Reuter

    800 Riverview Drive
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 474-6626
    Toll Free: (866) 940-6626

    Artists Joshua Rowan and Libby Reuter create images that draw attention to places where the land is collecting the water, cleaning and conducting it to streams, and, ultimately, to major lifeline rivers. Believing it is art’s role to make the invisible-visible, and that there is no more important resource for the future than clean water, Reuter and Rowan set out to mark little known waterscapes with fragile glass cairns where one can see the watershed at work or where the natural streams have been harmed or buried. After taking photographs, later to be printed large-scale, the artists remove the cairns and leave the landscape as they found it. By exhibiting these powerful images (identified by their street address and GIS locator), the artists aim for “watershedification” - a broad public understanding of the watershed’s importance. This exhibition will include 35 large-print photographs, many new and from the upper-Mississippi, and several delicate glass cairns.

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