St. Louis Art Museum nominated for ‘Favorite Free Museum’ in America

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – USA Today has nominated the St. Louis Art Museum to the 10 Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest for Favorite Free Museum. They have been been chosen by a panel of experts as places where you can get learn a lot for free.

The St. Louis Art Museum is described by USA Today as:

Housed in the “Fine Arts Palace” of the famous 1904 World’s Fair, the Saint Louis Art Museum regales visitors with an outstanding collection of Impressionist paintings, Asian works, Renaissance pieces and American art. Visitors enjoying this free collection can spot works by Monet, van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso and Degas.

The newspaper’s experts have selected the list but readers choose the winner. Voting ends on on Monday, August 29.


Best Free Museum Nominees

  1. American Computer & Robotics Museum – Bozeman, Mont.
  2. Baltimore Museum Of Art – Baltimore
  3. The Broad – Los Angeles
  4. Cleveland Museum Of Art – Cleveland
  5. Crystal Bridges Museum Of American Art – Bentonville, Ark.
  6. Frye Art Museum – Seattle
  7. The Getty Center – Los Angeles
  8. The Menil Collection – Houston
  9. Minneapolis Institute Of Art – Minneapolis
  10. The Museum At Fit – New York
  11. National Infantry Museum & Soldier Center – Columbus, Ga.
  12. National Museum Of Mexican Art – Chicago
  13. National Museum Of The U.S. Air Force – Dayton, Ohio
  14. Nelson-Atkins Museum Of Art – Kansas City, Mo.
  15. Saint Louis Art Museum – St. Louis
  16. San Francisco Cable Car Museum – San Francisco
  17. Smithsonian’s National Air And Space Museum – Washington
  18. Smithsonian’s National Museum Of Natural History – Washington
  19. Uss Constitution Museum – Boston
  20. The Walters Art Museum – Baltimore

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