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The Tiffany Chapel is a chapel interior designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany and created by the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company. First installed for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, the chapel is again on public display, more than a century later, at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, Florida since April 1999.
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|Wednesday||9:30 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:30 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:30 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Sunday||1:00 – 4:00 PM|
Small but very enjoyable. I have never really cared much for Tiffany lamps, but there was so much more there and VERY worthwhile. Get out of the heat and enjoy this museum
Orlando's (Winter Park) most amazing "attraction". This museum houses many exquisite historical pieces of art. I was mesmerized! Spent over 2 hours in a relaxed & inspirational environment. They did a wonderful job with set up and lighting. The personnel were a delight. I will look forward to my next visit👍👍
This is the first art museum that I've been to. The staff was welcoming and the atmosphere is cozy. I liked how they have different sections especially the more open hallway that has the windowed walls. It's a nice spot to sit down on the sofas for a little break after walking around for a while. I loved the cathedral replica part; so much detail and craftsmanship.
Amazing collection of Louis Tiffany and many other artists. Great layout. An entire chapel from Tiffany’s original was put back together. Stunning! Recreation’s of Laureate Hall (his decadent home) was also installed with many of his personal belongings. Student admission $1! Remember to allot time for the entire exhibit. They also have their guests exhibits in addition to their standard items. Very relaxing. Strategic places to sit and relax. Pews in chapel. Chairs in the mock rooms of Tiffany’s home so you can breathe it in. A destination! Gift shop is very nice as well. Bathrooms clean!! Pictures allows but NO FLASH.
Wonderful to see. Terrific examples of Tiffany glass as well as a smashing experience when they have live music as well. The way that they have displayed information is a bit odd, printed pamphlets rather than placards. A bit frustrating at times but workable. Unique pieces held there and several other wonderful artists as well.
Beautiful museum. Amazing collection of art! Two very good intro videos to start your visit. Very inexpensive. Free parking behind museum. We spent about 2.5 hours.
An absolute jewel! To visit and view such a collection of diverse works from one of the greatest American Artists who ever lived, who chose to create his visions of breath taking beauty in a medium that many believed could not withstand the test of time, yet here over 100+ years later for many of Tiffany's works on display at Morse, they remain as vibrant, illuminating and inspiring as first unveiled a century before. This is a delightful body of work displaying the artistry of a great American Master. I had always wanted to travel someday to see what was left of his great contribution to the World of Art, our Nation and Humanity. Here in this lovely little town, a tribute worthy of his gift of unsurpassed artistic brilliance for all to see. This precious gift, the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum, the world's largest collection of Louis Comfort Tiffany's master works, in the here and now, is still today illuminating a bright path that highlights the importance of Art, Beauty and unshakable Faith in a man or woman's ability to capture and express nature's wonder and grace in light. A big Thank You to all those dedicated to protecting, preserving and sharing this national treasure for generations to come.
In my mind the best collection of Tiffany and Arts and Crafts Era/Art Nouveau in the country. Many many items/rooms from his homes and studio restored and in place, as well as an extensive collection of all the great pottery studios in their golden era. Great collection of period art. Nestled in the lovely town of Winter Park, Florida that is a draw on it's own. Must see.
I really enjoyed my visit here. The art is beautiful and they have such a variety of pieces from paintings to sculptures and jewelry. The chapel was amazing despite is modest size and was by far my favorite part about this museum. It's not a large museum but it's small size is deceptive as they had many, many works on display throughout. It's almost maze-like in the amount of halls it has but it creates a quiet, intimate browsing. The two videos that are played were very informative and just the right length to not bore you. For the price, it's definitely worth stopping by.