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Trip Advisor Small But Wonderful
Feb 03, 2014 by: Judy J from Owings Mills, Maryland
Our innkeepers suggested we go. We did the walking tour of Easton and stopped here along the way. For $3 per person we were delighted by the installation by Ahn. Amazing visual stimulation. Love it!

Trip Advisor Easton Gem
Nov 25, 2013 by: Dee1108 from Easton, Maryland, United States
The Academy of the Arts is wonderful place to spend some time. The exhibits are interesting, admission nominal. The docents are most helpful. Highly recommend.

Trip Advisor An Extraordinary Little Museum in an Extraordinary Town
Nov 25, 2013 by: movedtomaryland from Easton, Maryland
The Academy Art Museum is a gem, a small museum that receives an astonishing number of special exhibits from around the world, thanks to its dedicated supporters and staff.

Trip Advisor Interesting boutique exhibits and solid art programming
Sep 30, 2013 by: Jason_878787 from Washington DC, District of Columbia
I thoroughly enjoyed the Academy of Arts during a recent Eastern Shore getaway. The exhibits were interesting, ranging from local archaeological heritage to 20th century collections. I was also extremely impressed that the "Academy" in the name is very real - the establishment offers ongoing classes in art, sculpture and dance, aiding the cultivation of the arts for which Easton strives. This site is definitely worth stopping by to check out as you explore the town of Easton.

Trip Advisor Exceeded value
Sep 26, 2013 by: 1Chuck2013 from Baltimore, Maryland
What a delight. This museum was recommended to us by the innkeeper at Easton's Promise. The docent was extremely helpful and the cost was refreshingly low. The value was excellent. It has 2 visiting exhibits. The upper floor was art work from local artists. The display of the Wye homestead archeological dig was particularly interesting. The art projects were unusual and well presented.

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