phone (504) 539-9650
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art is located in the Warehouse Arts District of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Truly enjoyed my visit to this museum. If you go on Friday it is free for students. Take your time as you move through the rooms to feel the artists intentions for their work. #attitudeofgratitude
I have a membership. Love this place. Especially the After hours shows on Thursday!
Could not have been more pleased with the quality of the exhibits at this museum. Very wonderful way to spend a couple of hours. Not a very big museum by any means, but worth checking out!
Great museum. Must see while in New Orleans. So thankful for the MLK event.
A small but great museum. They do an amazing job of bringing in new, quality exhibitions. I am also amazed at all the great events they have for there members
A beautiful art museum bringing together lovely pieces of Louisiana creativity. We went on the Thursday Ogden After Hours to hear some live music and have some drinks. It was terrific; both romantic, and casual. I'd recommend anyone to go. Plus if you check in on Yelp for the After Hours event, you'll get in for free your first night!
For a small museum this place is packed with amazing art. The building felt like art itself and not just a place to house it. I was greeted warmly and the staff wasn't overbearing. I enjoyed my visit and will come again.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Some good stuff, some different things. Some parts of the floors being redone and closed.
Wonderful experience great location they have regular events from with music and they're so close to the World War II Museum and the confederate museum
Tickets were around 10$ for myself, because I am not a resident. But I believe it was worth it! I love art museums so that's part of the reason why I liked it so much, but it offered a great variety of pieces. There was a section of glasswork, 3-d pieces, Spanish, African American, and more but those are the ones I can think of off the top of my head.
Fantastic collections. Well-curated and compact. Friendly staff. Highly recommended!
Really good. Great to see some art that is specific to the area and history and culture when visiting a city. Quite expensive though, more than NOMA with a much smaller collection.
The museum is decent but a little lackluster. If you are staying a while in NOLA, worth a pit stop but definitely not a top priority. Also - interestingly, the top floor that is for women artists only consists only of donated pieces by the artists, bar one piece the collection purchased - which happens to be the one male piece on the floor. What's up with that?
Found this museum while visiting another and it was a pleasant surprise! The exhibits were beautifully displayed and I loved the opportunity to view some local art.
Nice museum a good way to pass a rainy afternoon. Not as varied or extensive as NOMA but beautiful work showcasing local and/or regional artists and the history of the area as well.
This is a great museum. It's 5 stories tall. Louisiana residents can get in for free on Thursdays. Kids are allowed. Lots of different exhibitions to see. Wide range of different styles of art. Very talented artists. The museum itself is very beautiful. It is modern architecture. Very well kept and maintained. Very clean. There is a gift shop on the 1st floor. They frequently have music artists perform there as well.
My favorite exhibit was A PRECISE VISION: THE ARCHITECTURAL ARCHIVAL WATERCOLORS OF JIM BLANCHARDCELEBRATING THE NEW ORLEANS TRICENTENNIAL. Check it out while it's there (until August 19). The attention to detail is beautiful. This museum is really awesome, such beautiful works throughout.
Great Musem with different line of art works ranging from 1800 up to now (for the time I visited since they change some galleries' exhibitions). At first based on my impressions of google maps photos I thought it wasn't a big Museum, however it has 3 leves of galleries and exhibitions and put away at least 2 hours if you want to take a decent look at the art works. I like how they support local artists and the general atmosphere of the galleries, it was nice and clean. Remember they have student discounts and it's free on Thursdays for Louisiana residents, so take advantage of that if your in Nola on a Thursday.