Is the Hunter Museum free?
The Hunter Museum offers free admission to our permanent collection and $5 general admission to special exhibitions on Throwback Thursdays, the first Thursday of each month from 4 – 8 PM.
Where is the Hunter Museum of American Art?
Hunter Museum of American Art
|Location||10 Bluff View Ave., Chattanooga, Tennessee|
|Coordinates||35°3′21″N 85°18′21″WCoordinates: 35°3′21″N 85°18′21″W|
|U.S. National Register of Historic Places|
|The Faxon-Thomas Mansion, the original section of the museum|
Is the Hunter Museum real?
The Hunter Museum is a 501 (C) 3 Non-Profit charitable institution.
Who designed the Hunter Museum Chattanooga?
A new building and renovated mansion opens to the public with the new name, Hunter Museum of Art. The new building is designed by local architecture firm Derthick, Henley & Wilkerson.
What is there to do in Chattanooga tonight?
Enjoy a romantic stroll in the Tennessee Riverpark.
When was the Hunter Art Museum built?
July 12, 1952
Since the Hunter Museum of American Art opened its doors on July 12, 1952 as the George Thomas Hunter Gallery, the Museum been central to Chattanooga’s cultural life. George Thomas Hunter arrived in Chattanooga in 1904 and worked as a clerk in his Uncle Benjamin Thomas’ business, the Coca-Cola Thomas Bottling Company.
What food is Chattanooga known for?
For some of Chattanooga’s most uncommon cuisine, visit Embargo 62 and enjoy luscious Cuban and Latin American classics like empanadas, fried plantains, and classic Cuban sandwiches. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, visit on a Wednesday or Friday night for zesty music and salsa dancing.