The National Museum of American Illustration exhibits original artworks by more than 150 American artist/illustrators including Norman Rockwell and Maxfield Parrish, laying particular emphasis on the “Golden Age of American Illustration” (1895-1945). And it’s all situated in a breathtakingly beautiful setting: Vernon Court, an adaptation of an 18th century French château by Carrère & Hastings, the same architectural firm behind the New York Public Library and the House and Senate Office Buildings in Washington, D.C.
- Off property
- Admissions 11:00am-5:00pm on Friday during winter, Friday-Sunday in summer
- Small admission charge per person