Orlando Museum of Art

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  • 2416 North Mills Avenue
    Orlando, FL 32803
  • Phone: 407-896-4231
  • Location: Downtown Area
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With space for both ceremonies and receptions, the Orlando Museum of Art can become your canvas to create the wedding of your dreams.

Many ceremonies are hosted in our Council of 101 Grand Gallery, a space with natural lighting, marble floors and walls adorned with artwork. The natural light flows from a domed skylight, perfectly situated over Dale Chihuly's signature glass sculpture, Citron & Cobalt Tower.

Our Martin & Gracia Anderson Rotunda hosts receptions, with a marble floor, rich wood paneling, 30 foot ceiling and a spectacular use of both natural and ambient lighting.

We also have our Meeting Rooms A, B & C located off of our Rotunda. These can be used independently or in conjunction with each other to create customized space for larger weddings.

Outside space is available in our Sculpture Plaza and Private Bridal Areas are accessible to prepare for your big day.

Premium caterers available.

  • Category:  Wedding Services
  • Distance to Walt Disney World:  17.5 Miles
  • Distance to Orlando Intl Airport (MCO): 10.4 Miles
  • Distance to Orlando Sanford Intl Airport (SFB): 15.8 Miles
  • Distance to Downtown:  1.9 Miles
  • Distance to Convention Center:  11.4 Miles
  • Distance to SeaWorld:  12.8 Miles
  • Distance to Universal:  9.0 Miles
Attractions
  • Admission Price : $15 adult, $8 senior, $5 college student and child (ages 4-17)
  • Hours of Operation : Tues.-Fri., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sat.-Sun., 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.; closed Mon.
  • Length of Activity : Quarter Day
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  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Location: Orlando Museum of Art
  • Address: 2416 North Mills Avenue
    Orlando, FL 32803
  • January 04, 2017
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With the rise of expression with handheld cameras and devices, the Selfie has emerged as the main component in photography. Expolore how to interpret Selfies in the modern day world and how does they relate to past art masterpieces. All media encouraged, including photography, camera photography, painting, sculpture, etc. View Details >