Just looking around after visited Graceland this AM.
Great staff. Fun trip. Great art. Really enjoyed it.
Teachers get in for free!
March 13 foreign film: the great beauty. Oscar winning movie! Don't miss it!
Wednesday is pay-what-you-can admission!
It's was awesome! The decor is great and the atmosphere explodes with modern artistic presence. Take tour as soon as possible, and be amazed at all the wonderful collections of Art under one roof.
Definitely buy a membership. Comfy shoes help. Call me and I'll join you. Love this art museum and love to walk about with a friend.
Use your Memphis City Saver coupons to receive TWO offers for one free admission when a second admission of equal or greater value is purchased (up to $7 Value). Coupon excludes special events.
Visit the Carroll Cloar exhibit while it's at Brooks. #SummerofCloar
Use your City Saver coupons for a buy one, get one free admission!
Went here for a wedding. The staff was very sweet and helpful. There is no changing table in the men's room though. Equal opportunity for dad's please :)
The Brooks celebrates the life of #ElvisPresley with filmmaker, comic book artist, and fellow-Tupeloean John Michael McCarthy on Thursday, August 16, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
The Brooks celebrates the life of #ElvisPresley with filmmaker, comic book artist, and fellow-Tupeloean John Michael McCarthy on Thursday, August 16, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. #ElvisWeek
The brushmark brunch is divine!
Wednesdays are pay what you can!
check the events page on their website for special family-oriented happenings
Art Is Always An Inspiration! Wednesdays Are Also "Pay What You Can" For Those Days When You're Looking For Inspiration On A Budget!
While in the museum, check out our exhibit of Belgian Surrealism in Paintings. #MIM11
Wednesday is "Pay What You Can Day" at the Brooks (and it includes the special exhibits).
Go downstairs for the special exhibits.
If you are here for brunch, the basket of pastries are a must.
The "Who Shot Rock and Roll" exhibit is great! Check it out while it lasts!
Tuesday is "Homeless People Sneak In for Free" Day at the museum.
Definitely check out the "Who Shot Rock & Roll" exhibit.
They have short film festivals every month. A fun way to support local art.
Try the "Brushmark" restaurant tied to the museum. Artful entrees tastefully done. Look for Merlin on the 1st floor.