In observance of Independence Day, the Museum will be closed July 3 & 4.
To limit exposure to Covid-19, we have created new guidelines for gallery visitors:
- Face coverings required and will be worn by staff
- Ten visitors at a time in the Museum
- Social distancing applies in the Gardens
Plan Your Visit
Come for an hour & leave inspired!
We are located on the beachside in Ormond just steps from the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the surrounding Ormond Beach community and grab a bite at more than eight restaurants within a mile after picking up something unique in the museum gift shop.
Our art exhibitions change frequently and there is always something new to discover in our lush gardens. If you have more than an hour, sign up for one of our art classes, garden talks or children’s programs! A trip to the Ormond Memorial Art Museum is a wonderful experience. View a variety of professional art exhibits, take a stroll through the memorial gardens, pick a seat in the classroom to brush up your skills, or join us in one of our many special events.
ART & GARDEN FEATURES
A selection of spiritual oil paintings by founding artist Malcolm Fraser may be found in the original part of the museum which fronts Granada.
A bronze commemorative plaque of all Ormond Beach residents who served in World War II is housed inside the Museum.
Two original sculptures honoring veterans of the Korean and Vietnam Wars are on display in the gardens .
Admission is free of charge, although a $2 per person donation is gratefully accepted.
- OPEN DAILY: 10am – 4pm
- Closed holidays and on weekends between exhibits
- OPEN DAILY: Sunrise to Sunset
Free parking located at the south end of our gardens, just follow the signs for public parking! Free street parking is also available along both sides of Halifax Drive.
Tours & Group Visits
With advance notice and a nominal fee, groups can visit the museum for a curator walk through, garden tour, or visit and art project. READ MORE >
Transportation & Accessibility
Access to the Museum and Gardens is convenient with a public transportation bus stop located next to our north entrance and a handicapped accessible drop off area located next to our south entrance. The Museum and Garden paths are mobility accessible.
With advance notice of one week, we can often make plans for interpreters in Spanish, French and American Sign Language (ASL).