Rourke Art Gallery + Museum521 Main Ave
Moorhead, MN 56560
In downtown Moorhead located on Main Ave between 5th and 6th St south.Get Directions
Rotating galleries featuring the work of local and regional artists. Regionally and nationally recognized contemporary art; permanent exhibit of ceramics, American pop art, and Pre-Columbian Art. Located in a fully restored Federal Post Office building built in 1913. On the National Register of Historic Places.
Hours & Dates
- Friday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
- Saturday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
- Sunday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Admission for non-members is $5 per adult, $3 per Senior (55+), and free for students and anyone under 18.
- Energy efficiency/conservation
- Waste reduction/reuse/recycling
- Accessible to disabled
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
Meetings & Conferences
- Banquet facilities maximum capacity: 200
- Exhibit space (sq ft): 3187
- Facility accommodates meetings for 30 or more
- Largest meeting room (sq ft): 1088
- Meeting/convention facilities maximum capacity: 200
- Number of meeting rooms: 3
Isn’t the bison painted Starry night be enough for your visit to this museum? Nice collection of art. Cooling was not working when we visited so 2nd floor was closed. I bet we missed some excellent...
— obscure_blizzard, August 6, 2019
Cute little museum, and the day we went there was an exhibition of drawings from a children's book. The drawings were good, but it meant nothing to us and was not worth the trip. The rest of the...
— KayM506, December 10, 2016
The Rourke Art Museum is consistently looking for unique offerings to display in their facility. The Studio Ten Exhibit featured artists for the Minnesota Region of Bemidji and surrounding area...
— Dale L, December 7, 2016
Not too big or too small, great venue for art showings and the story behind this place is fantastic. Community support seems to work here.
— victor59, January 31, 2013
As my other reviews may show, I am not a huge fan of Art Museums. We visited the Rourke for Museum Day Live 2012 and it was fine, just not my cup of tea. There were a few interesting pieces of art...
— JesseWhite, October 21, 2012