Museum features a permanent collection, including works by N. C. Wyeth, Marc Chagall and James Whistler, and is housed across the street from the Gladys Porter Zoo. The Museum is the owner/caretaker of the historic Neale House built in 1834 — said to be the oldest frame house in the city — and the original Fort Brown bandstand. The 17,000-square foot facility is dedicated to art awareness and educational opportunities for all. The more than 70-year-old organization has several annual special exhibitions including the International Art Show and the Student International Art Show.
Open Tues. –Fri. 10:30 a. m. –2:30 p. m. Neale House is open Mon. –Fri. 9:30 a. m. –3 p. m. At 660 Ringgold St. 956/542-0941.