Although this fixture of local pride is touted as de rigeur in much tourist literature, OMA takes less than an hour to see. Most of it is not particularly important, just high atmosphere, but of note are Robert Rauschenberg's “Florida Psalm,” a collage paean to the state's fading tourism emblems; Chuck Close's 1982 portrait of his wife done in fingerprints, and John James Audubon's Great Blue Heron. Temporary exhibitions up the par. Expect a pleasant outing, especially if you pair a visit with an amble around the surrounding Loch Haven Park.
Orlando Museum of Art
2416 N. Mills Ave., Orlando
Our Rating Hours Tues–Sat 10am–4pm, Sun noon–4pm Phone 407/896-4231 Prices $8 adults, $7 college students and seniors over 64, $5 kids 6–18 Web site Orlando Museum of Art
Map2416 N. Mills Ave., Orlando Orlando
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