135 N. Lime St, 717-299-9940


Established in 1965 by a group of artists and community leaders, the Lancaster Museum of Art moved to its present location in the Grubb Mansion, adjacent to Musser Park, in 1979.

The Museum provides a facility for exhibitions of regional, national, and international artists and offers educational talks & tours. We aim to foster an appreciation of the visual arts that respects and recognizes all, and present exhibitions as diverse as the community we serve.

Lancaster Spring ARTWalk

Selections from the Collection: Reflections of Lancaster
On view through June 9.

This special exhibit of 35+ works from the Lancaster Museum of Art’s permanent collection highlights the people, places, and things that make up Lancaster’s rich culture and heritage. The paintings, photographs, and drawings featured examine the past and present agriculture, architecture, and community of our County.

Stay Alive / Make Art / Lancaster 
On view May 4 – June 9
Featuring the artwork of Berks County native Amos Lemon Burkhart, Stay Alive / Make Art is an interactive traveling exhibition that addresses adolescent mental health issues. Lemon Burkhart was a young artist who died as a result of drugs and alcohol in 2018. His multilayered, neon-colored works, dense with images and words, paint a picture of his turbulent inner life.

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