The High Museum of Art Coupons and Deals
"High"er Learning The best thing about the High Museum of Art? It ditches the typical stuffiness of most hifalutin museums in favor of approachable, aesthetically pleasing works of art. No hours spent staring at an abstractly twisted piece of metal. No berets and cryptic murmurings. Just beautiful, easy to appreciate masterpieces from the greatest collections around the world. The leading art museum in the Southeast, the High features celebrated architecture, both classic and contemporary art, and rotating special exhibitions featuring art greats past and present. Currently you can get up close and personal with Vermeer's "The Girl with a Pearl Earring," among other successes from Vermeer, Rembrandt and more. The High will make every Atlantan wanna be a tourist in their own town. Stop by and discover something new today!
Art museums provide a venue for critics who don't want to pay the nightly rate to see the landscape paintings at the Radisson. Get your art fix sans mini bar with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $20 for two adult admissions to Friday Jazz on August 16 (up to a $39 value) $40 for four adult admissions to Friday Jazz on August 16 (up to a $78 value) On Friday, August 16 from 5 p.m.–10 p.m., the High Museum of Art hosts Grammy award-winning saxophonist Mace Hibbard for a night of live music. Visitors can listen as they enjoy ...
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Limit 2 per person; 2 additional as gifts. Valid for one ticket up to $19.50 in value. Not valid for special events outside of normal museum hours. Reserve exhibition entrance times when you redeem your Offer in person at the museum; exhibition admission is limited. No additional fees for any exhibits. Closed Mon. Admission is free for museum members.
If you’re craving culture but can’t stomach a trip to Paris, New York or Florence, look no further than Midtown Atlanta’s arts district. With more than 12,000 permanent works on display, the High Museum of Art in Midtown is the leading arts center in the southeastern United States. Wander through the vast and varied collection of photography (including the nation’s largest number of Civil Rights images), folk art assembled by North America’s only full-time curator in that field, paintings by Tiepolo, Monet, Pissarro and Albrecht Dürer, and much more. A cast of premier visiting exhibitions is always on rotation and access is included with your admission ticket. Now through January 20, 2013 you can check out “Fast Forward: Modern Moments 1913-2013”—a special exhibition that showcases pieces from Henri Matisse, Salvador Dali, Georgia O'Keeffe, and more. And you won’t want to miss “Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics, and Painting” opening in mid-February. This major exhibition will feature some of the best examples of art from Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.