1125 W. Lake Ave. Peoria, IL 61614-5985
Tel: (309) 686-7000
Fax: (309; 686-0280
Exec. Director: James Richerson
Admission: fee: adult-$4.00. child (4-17)-S3.00. senior-S3.00.
Attendance: 60.000 Established: 1965 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: \
Parking: free on site.
Open: Tuesday to Thursday, llam-Spm; Friday, llam-Spm: Saturday. 10am-5pm:
Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences, cont.
Closed: Legal Holidays.
Facilities: Auditorium; Exhibition Area; Galleries (.5 permanent. 4 changing exhibitions); Sales Gallery; Sculpture Garden; Shop.
Activities: Demonstrations; Education Programs (adults and children); Films; Gallery Talks;
Guided Tours; Lectures; Permanent Exhibits; Temporary Exhibitions: Workshops. Publications: bulletin (monthly).
A general museum with exhibits in the areas of the fine arts, decorative arts, anthropology, and the natural sciences, Lakeview Museum organizes an active schedule of changing exhibits drawn from its permanent collection or borrowed from other collections. Holdings, numbering more than 15,000 objects, include Illinois folk art (e.g, Jacquard coverlets), Illinois River decoys, landscape paintings, African art, Peruvian textiles and Native American artifacts.
Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences Photo Gallery
Quincy The Gardner Museum of Architecture and Design
332 Maine St. at 4th St, Quincy, IL 62301
Tel: (217) 224-6873
Office Manager: Chris Brueck
Admission: free: adult-$2.00, child-$0.50, student-il.OO, senior-$1.00.
Attendance: 3,000 Established: 1974 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Open: March to December, Tuesday to Sunday, lpm-5pm.
Closed: January to February, Easter, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day,
Christmas Eve to Christmas Day.
Facilities: Architecture (Richardsonian Romanesque former public library, 1889); Galleries;
Library (600 volumes); Sculpture Yard.
Activities: Guided Tours (bv appointment); Lectures; Permanent Exhibits;
Publications: exhibition brochures; exhibition catalogues; newsletter (quarterly).
The Museum mounts exhibits focusing on architecture and design, including stained glass windows and metal, stone, and wood architectural ornamentation.
Maybe You Like Them Too
- Heian Jingu Shrine in Kyoto
- How to Get Best Hair on Vacation
- New Year’s Chinese Day of Cambodia
- Festival Of Dark Arts Astoria – Top USA Festivals
- Sento Imperial Palace in Kyoto