United States Address:
Ormond Memorial Art Museum And Gardens
The mission of the Ormond Memorial Art Museum and Gardens is to be a museum serving the community of Ormond Beach and its visitors by offering exhibitions of Florida, regional, national and international artists; to advance the appreciation and awareness of the arts through classes, lectures and demonstrations; and to develop collaborative programs utilizing the Emmons cottage and surrounding Gardens as a botanical, ecological and historical showcase.
Admission to the Museum is a $2.00 donation for adults. Museum members, senior citizens at least 60 years old, and children are admitted free of charge, although donations are always welcomed.
Monday through Friday
10am to 4pm
Saturday & Sunday
Noon to 4pm
Closed on major holidays
and between exhibitions
78 East Granada Boulevard
Ormond Beach, FL
The Gardens are available for your enjoyment at no charge and are open from sunrise to sunset daily.
Museum internal and external photos (1)
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The Museum offers many educational programs and opportunities to learn more about the Arts. There are adult and children's classes held at the Museum on a regular basis. Community Outreach programs take art into the community. Gallery talks and lectures bring professional artists to the Museum to discuss their particular specialties or arts in general. Day trips to other artistic venues are available to broaden one's scope of art in Central Florida. The Museum Travel Group expands the artistic horizon to the world beyond Central Florida.
The ArtReach Summer Art Camp for children entering Grades 1 through 6 is a four-week introduction to various art forms including two- and three-dimensional media, mixed-media and theater arts. The Gardens are used to introduce students to land, sea and city from an artist's perspective. ArtReach Summer Art Camp is capped with a reception for the artists and their families. Each student will have at least one work exhibited during the exhibition, Art in the Atrium, at Ormond Beach City Hall. Visit the ArtReach Summer Art Camp page for details.
A budding young artist, Melissa Bell, developed a life-threatening leukemia. She underwent extensive treatment and still was able to graduate Seabreeze High School Summa Cum Laude. Melissa's experiences in fighting her disease led her to pursue a University of Central Florida Art Therapy BA degree. In 2005 OMAM awarded our Art Museum Scholarship to Melissa. Please take time to read about Melissa's extraordinary journey.
Use the links above to find current educational offerings, print a class or events schedule, or contact the Museum directly at (386) 676-3347 for more information.
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To reserve the Gardens or Gazebo
for weddings or special events call
the City of Ormond Beach's
Leisure Department at