Minnesota Marine Art Museum

Contact Information

Rates

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

About

More Information

Directions

  • Please see

Other Date Information

  • 10am - 5pm Tuesday-Sunday. Closed Mondays and major holidays.

Attraction Attributes

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

Find Nearby

Find Nearby

Find:

Distance

{{resultsText}}: {{resultCount}}

  1. {{r._source.type_fields.region_name}}

    {{r._source.title}}

    {{r._source.database_fields.address1}}
    {{r._source.database_fields.address2}}
    {{r._source.database_fields.city}}, {{r._source.database_fields.state}} {{r._source.database_fields.postalcode}}
    Call: {{r._source.database_fields.phone1}}
    Call: {{r._source.database_fields.phone2}}

    {{r._source.database_fields.searchtext || r._source.database_fields.printabledescription}}

  2. No Results

    There are no nearby attractions, accommodations, restaurants, or events. Try increasing the distance of your search.

Events

  1. Carved by the River: Woodcut Prints by Nick Wroblewski

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

    Carved by the River is the first major solo museum exhibition of Minneapolis native and current Wisconsin emerging artist Nick Wroblewski. Like fellow printmaker Andrea Rich, Wroblewski creates ambitious, colorful works of art drawing somewhat upon the traditional style of Japanese woodcuts, yet in a contemporary style that is uniquely his own. With inspiration from the Upper Mississippi River environment, Wroblewski creates works of various degrees of realism, often exploring abstraction, yet with loyalty and reverence to the handcrafted arts.

  2. Classic Images: Ansel Adams Photographs

    800 Riverview Drive
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 474-6626

    There is perhaps no other landscape photographer as well-known, loved, and influential as the great Ansel Adams (1902 - 1984). An environmentalist, pianist, lecturer, writer, master photographer and intense genius, Adams was first drawn to photography in response to his ardent passion for nature. Through his energy and technical mastery, Adams helped propel photography as a valued art form in early 20th century America. Like the Hudson River School painters before him, Adams was profoundly instrumental in the American value of nature, which led to the establishment of the National and State Park systems in the U.S. He was also drawn to these painters’ romanticism, which led Adams to utilize photographic techniques that heighten drama and effectively capture his heartfelt passion.

  3. Revisiting Twain's Mississippi: New Photographs by Chris Faust

    800 Riverview Drive
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 474-6626

    Revisiting Twain’s Mississippi features the prolific St. Paul, MN, photographer Chris Faust. Best known for his panoramic, precisely composed landscape images somewhat reminiscent of fellow Minnesota photographer Stuart Klipper, Faust is one of the most accomplished artists from the region.

  4. River Sojourn:A Painter's Portfolio of Mississippi River Blufflands

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

    River Sojourn features the work of Minnesota artist Sara Lubinski, whose work draws inspiration from the Upper Mississippi River region and the romanticism of the Hudson River School painters.

    A former botanist, Lubinski had the opportunity to spend many years gaining a better scientific understanding of the Mississippi River environment and its unique ecology. Today, however, it is the beauty of the Upper Mississippi where Lubinski currently draws her inspiration.

  5. The Floating World: Ukiyo-e- Prints from the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art

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

    For the first time, visitors to the MMAM can explore the allure and profound cultural inspiration of historic Japanese prints. The second exhibition in the Museum’s Printmaking Series, The Floating World is a major exhibition featuring 50 extraordinary Japanese Edo Period (1600-1868) woodcut prints.

  6. X-Ray Vision: Fish Inside Out

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

    One part art, one part science, and all parts fun, X-ray Vision: Fish Inside Out is an exhibition featuring large radiographs that reveal the skeletal anatomy of select fish species from around the world, including the Upper Mississippi River. Artfully composed with striking elegance, these images are from the Smithsonian’s National Collection of Fishes, the largest and most diverse collection of fish specimens in the world.

Trails & Byways