Lancaster Museum of Art
For over half a century, the Lancaster Museum of Art has been a leading source for culture and education for people living in and visiting the Lancaster region. Established in 1965 by a group of artists and community leaders, we moved to our present location in the Grubb Mansion, adjacent to Musser Park, in 1979.
The Museum provides a facility for exhibitions of regional, national, and international artists; lectures; and educational workshops. We aim to foster an appreciation of the visual arts that respects and recognizes all, and present exhibitions as diverse as the community we serve.