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Mint Museum Uptown

Hours

Closed
Sun
1PM-5PM
Mon
Closed
Tue
11AM-6PM
Wed
11AM-9PM
Thu
11AM-6PM
Fri
Closed
Sat
11AM-6PM

Location

Uptown

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The Mint Museum is a leading, innovative museum of international art and design committed to engaging and inspiring all members of the global community.

Google Reviews

4.6

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Nicole Louie

8 months ago

This place is ridiculously beautiful. Security isn't too overwhelming. I wonder how cool it is to be an art museum security guard. You get to just walk around art all day. Anyways all of the art, exhibits, and installations are extremely beautiful and thought provoking. All staff is friendly, the environment is clean, and there's lots of space! Will definitely comeback to finish my tour!

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Tiffany Jackson

6 months ago

The art here is very profound and original. They have something for every audience and I happened to arrive on a free Saturday which was super cool. I would definitely recommend this museum it takes about an hour to two to explore fully depending on your pace.

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Michelle Porter

3 months ago

This museum is awesome! There are five floors. Floors 2-5 have galleries. Floors 3-5 have the most interesting art pieces. Most artworks have written stories explaining the origin of the piece. The fifth floor is dedicated to displaying the work of local artists. I highly recommend the Mint Museum. The only complaint I had was that they only offered $5 off parking. They didn't have a voucher for full parking validation. Parking is $3/half hour.

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Raquel Nuñez

2 months ago

Beautiful 5-story museum with artwork separated by mediums (glass, wood, metal, etc). The floors are very manageable and a visit will take you around 1.5hrs altogether. I would suggest going when there is also a featured exhibition open on the other side of each floor.

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Lucy Beattie

9 months ago

Such a gorgeous museum and an enthralling experience. The exhibit on John Leslie Breck was breathtaking and I highly enjoyed learning about him. There was much to see and it really keeps you happy. Also, admission is free Wednesday nights 5-9pm.

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