The Flagler Museum hosts world-class exhibitions for visitors to further explore the art and culture of Gilded Age America, highlighting art and artists, as well as topics and issues of the time period between 1865 and 1929.

Exhibitions are free with Museum admission. Unless otherwise noted, exhibitions are displayed in a gallery located on the second floor of Whitehall, which is accessible by the staircase in the Grand Hall or the elevator near the Museum Store.

Exhibition catalogs, memorabilia, and more are available for purchase in the Museum Store.

Click here to learn about past exhibitions at the Flagler Museum.

Current Exhibition

American Flags of the Gilded Age

June 14 - July 4, 2022
Each year starting on Flag Day, the Museum displays an example of each of the 20 versions of the American flag that flew over our country during Henry Flagler's lifetime (1830-1913). During this time period, the number of states in the Union grew from 24 to 48. The flags are on display in the Flagler Kenan Pavilion alongside the current 50-star version, which hangs in the northeast corner. This year on July 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, the pergolas and walkway leading to the Flagler Kenan Pavilion will be lined with the flags of each American state in the order they joined the Union, as well as the flags of each of the branches of the United States' armed services. 

pavilion flag display

Permanent Exhibit

Lace Room

On view on Whitehall's second floor
To learn more about the Museum's collection of lace, click here.

lace exhibit permanent

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Flagler Museum Members at the Sustaining level and above receive invitations to attend Exhibition Opening Receptions as a perk of membership.  Go to Membership page