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This museum has an extensive collection of Aboriginal art. Most of the art work was owned privately and donated. We arrived at their opening and were the only visitors. They do not charge admission. Located in an old home on a beautiful piece of property.
Kluge-Ruhe has the largest collection of Australian Aboriginal art outside of Australia. It is a wonderful museum and it frequently has artists visit from Australia. If you are in central Virginia you should visit.
Our friends who visit Charlottesville often had recommended this museum to us as a place to tour during our December stay. We discovered that the museum was going to close for a month or so for renovations the day after we arrived in Charlottesville, so...更多
We spent a nice hour investigating this small museum in Charlottesville. It was such a surprise to see this Australian Aboriginal Art in the Virginia countryside!
What a gem. This is a small but very interesting collection and in our brief visit we learned a lot about aboriginal art. Special exhibits are placed by the artists themselves on visits to UVA and are changed about 3 times a year so a...更多
This is a great Museum housing the biggest Australian Aboriginal Art Collection outside of Australia, you would not expect such a great collection in a small town like Charllottesville. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable and always happy to answer your questions. They run a...更多
You think of a visit to Charlottesville as an American history lesson. But this museum was a wonderful find. The Yarning exhibit caught our attention, and was unique and touching. The curators explanation of the show and the collection was a great introduction to the...更多
We stopped at this small art museum to learn more about Aboriginal art. This museum is one of a kind in the US. It is well curated and informative. There are currently two new exhibits, both of which introduced us to new ideas and information...更多
Want to kill 30 minutes waiting for your x-ray results at Martha Jefferson? Not a bad place to do it. Some rich guy left his collection to UVA. It's Aboriginal. Only kinda interesting.