The Orlando Museum of Art is located at 2416 North Mills Avenue, Orlando, Florida. It houses local, regional, national and international works of art.
The museum collections include a diverse range of pieces that cover a broad spectrum of subjects using a variety of artistic mediums.
Nestled in beautiful Orlando Loch Haven Park, the Orlando Museum of Art is a private, non-profit institution, dedicated to enriching the cultural life of Florida by providing excellence in the visual arts. Founded in 1924, the OMA has grown from a small arts center into a nationally accredited and recognized museum because of strong community participation and support. As one of Central Florida's cultural gems, the OMA boasts permanent collections of American art, African art and art of the ancient Americas, and is home to a variety of traveling exhibitions of the highest artistic merit.
The Orlando Museum of Art is located at 2416 North Mills Avenue, Orlando, FL 32803. The OMA is easily accessible from Interstate 4. From I-4, take the Princeton Street exit #85 east to Mills Avenue. Turn left onto Mills and left again onto Rollins Street. OMA's parking is on the left. Please see the musuem's website for hours and fees.
The Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) is a 501(c)(3) educational institution whose mission reflects the continued growth of Florida, ardent community support for the arts, and OMA's role as a leading cultural institution in the region. Since its inception, OMA's purpose has been to enrich the cultural life of Florida by providing excellence in the visual arts. To meet this objective, OMA has dedicated itself to: collecting, preserving and interpreting notable works of art; presenting exhibitions of local, regional, national and international significance; developing first-rate educational programs; and presenting creative and inclusive programs to reach every segment of a diverse community.