Erie Art Museum at Discovery Square is a non-profit, member-supported
community organization located in the Old Customs House,
a beautiful and historic 1839 Greek Revival building.
to the Museum today see temporary exhibits of paintings,
folk art, photography and more in the main galleries,
ground floor galleries and Frame Shop Gallery.
Over 6,000 objects including:
American paintings: drawings and sculpture
European paintings: drawings and sculpture
Prints: American, European and Japanese
Photographs: American, historic and contemporary,
Japanese, 19th Century
American Arts & Crafts Movement: Roycroft
American Ceramics: historic and contemporary
20th Century Art Baskets
Greater India: Sculpture, bronze and stone
China: porcelains, jades, embroidery, furniture,
Japan: porcelains, netsuke, bronzes, embroidery,
Other various cultures, including Etruscan, Roman, Greek,
The most significant objects in the collections are the
bronze and stone sculptures from India, which range from
2nd century Gandharan Buddhist stone sculpture to world
class examples of South Indian bronzes from the Chola
and Vijiyanagar Dynasties (10th to 16th centuries). Almost
this entire collection, along with a significant portion
of the other Asian collections, came to the Museum as
the bequest of James D. Baldwin.
Erie, PA 16501
– Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed on Mondays
for adults, Seniors Citizens and Students is $3
Children under 12 are $2
Admission is free to Erie Art Museum members
Free Admission to all on Wednesdays
The Museum is closed on the following dates:
Thanksgiving Holiday, November 22
Christmas Holiday, December 24 – 26
New Year's Eve December 31
New Year's Day January 1
Tel.: 814.459.5477 | Fax: 814.452.1744