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The Taft Museum of Art is recognized nationally as a museum leader that passionately engages people with the arts as envisioned generations ago by our founders, Anna Sinton Taft and Charles Phelps Taft. Today, the Taft is now one of the most unique art museums in America and holds National Historic Landmark status for both its historic house and Duncanson murals.
Here, you’ll find gems nestled into every nook and cranny with stories that have endured for generations. Our 200-year-old house holds a remarkable collection that spans the Middle Ages through the 19th century with European and American paintings, and 18th-century watches, Chinese porcelains, and French Renaissance enamels. The collection features iconic artists including Rembrandt, Goya, Gainsborough, Turner, Ingres, Whistler, and Sargent, as well as Federal-period American furniture and the most significant pre-Civil War domestic murals in the United States.
Restored and reinterpreted for the next century, visitors can enjoy special exhibitions, our beautiful outdoor garden, our Museum Shop and Lindner Family Café, events and programming for all ages—and so much more. Within our galleries and beyond our walls, the Taft Museum of Art is a one-of-a-kind, multi-sensory experience that puts you at the center of art and history.
To create meaningful experiences by connecting people with great art, both in a historic setting and in the community.
The Taft Museum of Art is recognized as a nationally known leader for passionately engaging people with the arts as envisioned generations ago by our founders, Anna Sinton Taft and Charles Phelps Taft.
The Taft Museum of Art’s DEAI Plan is integral to achieving our vision and mission statements and upholding our organizational and leadership values. Learn more here.