The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is located in historic Riverside of Jacksonville, FL. The Cummer Museum overlooks 2.5 acres of historic gardens and is situated on the banks of the St. Johns River. A perfect blend of art, gardens, and education, the Cummer Museum inspires imagination and excitement for all ages, with a fantastic lineup of exhibitions and programs for the entire family. The Museum is a place for meaningful experiences with art, nature, and most importantly, each other. Spark imagination, creativity, and lifelong connections with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens.
The Museum is monitoring COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) both globally and locally, and we will follow the recommendations of government and public health agencies.
The Cummer Museum is home to more than 5,000 works of art, spanning from 2100 B.C. through the 21st century. Thought-provoking exhibitions, a breathtaking sculpture garden, and several special collections enhance the Museum's artistic offerings.
Immerse yourself in living art in the Cummer Gardens. These historic riverfront gardens bear the mark of notable landscape designers and horticulturists, including Ossian Cole Simonds, Ellen Biddle Shipman, Thomas Meehan and Sons, and the fabled Olmsted firm.
The Museum offers a variety of educational programming for children and adults, including school tours, art classes, and Camp Cummer. Art Connections, the Cummer Museum's interactive learning center, is nationally recognized, and offers a unique experience for art lovers of all ages.
A guided tour of the Cummer Museum’s Permanent Collection, current exhibitions, and Gardens is an ideal way to become acquainted with the Museum. Whether you’re visiting on your own, with children, or with friends, there’s a tour just for you.