Birmingham Museum of Art

Interesting
A modern building near Birmingham's bustling convention district, the museum houses an outstanding collection of Wedgwood pottery, as well as noteworthy holdings in Asian art and one of the finest collections of Vietnamese ceramics in the US. Don't miss the assemblage of 18C French paintings and decorative arts donated by coal heiress and Birmingham native Eugenia Woodward Hitt. THe museum also maintains a regular program of expertly curated temporary exhibitions.

Useful information

Adresse : 

2000 8th Ave. N.

Phone:

+1 205-254-2566

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