People tend to check in during these times:
The Cummer Museum Museum of Art & Gardens is the largest fine arts museum in Northeast Florida. Enjoy art collections spanning history and 1.5 acres of historic gardens set against the backdrop of the St. Johns River.
First Saturday of the month is always free!
Tuesday evening is free to get in! Love the gardens!
gorgeous garden and interesting art. Definitely worth visiting.
Beautiful view of the St. Johns River from the museum gardens.
Great weekday date night!
Free Tuesdays 4-9pm with music and half price appetizers
Oak, garden, and river
The Cummer contains one of the largest collections of Meissen porcelain. The surrounding gardens are spectacular, as well.
free on tuesdays, nice remodel this summer. check out their young professionals group the up & cummers
Came to see Pitman Painters show. See the automotive exhibit. Beautiful works of automotive art from the 60's - 70's.
The parking lot across the museum is now open after the renovation. It is way much better than before! No more pot holes! More spaces as well!!
The Museum will be closed March 15th-17th, as we set up for The Cummer Ball. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Free admission with 1st check in! Awesome!
beautiful gardens in the spring
Voted Best Museum in our 2012 Best of Jax contest, The Cummer draws around 110,000 visitors each year who come to check out the permanent collection, current exhibits and historic gardens. Congrats!
Cummer's permanent collection has grown to over six thousand works of art encompassing eight thousand years of art history Art & Gardens, built on the site of the home of Arthur and Ninah Cummer,
The garden is simply the most beautiful spot on all of Jacksonville. My personal fav place in all the world!
Check The Cummer Blog for updated information on what's going on at the Museum: exhibits, classes, concerts, interactives, DIY, photo challenges, etc... http://blog.cummer.org/
Richard Chamberlain: The Year of the Sheep, is now open. Experience art as medicine for the soul and a therapeutic exercise, as Chamberlain worked through PTSD years after Vietnam.
Membership is completely worth the price, because of the memebrs only opening events.
Come see Beyond Ukiyo-e: Japanese Woodblock Prints and their influence on Western Art. This show will run through August 9, 2012.
Eugene Savage: The Seminole PaintingsOct 7, 2011-Jan 8, 2012In 1935 Savage began to study the Seminoles - works reflect Savage’s concern for the plight of Native culture & threats to way of life.
Visit the TreeCup Cafe for great afternoon snacks, lunch, or coffee. Great food for all ages. Soups, salads, sandwiches, desserts, coffee and MORE!
We are a Blue Star Museum. We will be offering FREE admission to military families Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Check out our blog for more information about what is going on at the Museum: blog.cummer.org
We now allow non-flash photography in our permanent collection galleries (just not our special exhibitions)!
We have Drop in Art every Tuesday evening at 5pm. $5 per child, first come first serve, ages 4-10.
If you are a college student with id you can get in after 1:30pm for free.
Kids can play for hours in the award winning Art Connections area. The Dance Room is cool!
Cummer is free on Tuesdays from 4-9pm!
Tuesday evenings you can get in free!
Go check out the garden here they are simply breathtaking