Exhibitions

Every year the Flagler Museum hosts world-class exhibitions highlighting artist, topics, and issues of the Gilded Age (1865-1929). The exhibitions give visitors the opportunity to further explore the art and culture of Gilded Age America. Exhibitions are free with Museum admission. The gallery is located on the second floor of Whitehall, and accessible by the staircase in the Grand Hall or the state-of-the-art elevator at Museum Store.

Missed a Flagler Museum exhibit? Exhibition Catalogs and other resources are available in the Museum Store.

Exhibition Opening Receptions: Flagler Museum Members at the Sponsor Level and above are invited to an exclusive after-hours reception to tour the exhibition. For more information on the many benefits of Membership visit the Membership page.

Children's Activity: Each exhibition features one Children's Activity. Children are invited to a special children's tour of the exhibition with the Museum's Education Director. Afterwards children may participate in a hands-on learning activity. The Children's Activity is usually free with Museum admission, but space is limited. Please r.s.v.p by calling the Museum at (561) 655-2833. 

Gallery Talk: Gallery talks are guided group tours through the changing exhibitions. The Museum invites scholars, authors, and other experts on exhibit topics to give an hour tour of the current exhibition. The Museum hosts one Gallery Talk per exhibition. The Gallery Talk is free with Museum admission, but space is limited. Please r.s.v.p by calling the Museum at (561) 655-2833.

Be sure to check the website often for the latest exhibition dates and events.

Gallery Talk for the winter 2008 exhibition, "Untamed: The Art of Antoine-Louis Barye"

One Whitehall Way
P.O. Box 969, Palm Beach, FL 33480
(561) 655-2833

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