Booth Museum of Western Art is a beautiful museum space regarded as the second largest art museum is Georgia, displays and lets visitors explore American and Western Art. The museum showcases western contemporary art, civil war art, native American art, and a children's gallery. The museum artwork spans history of western art from the 19th to the 21st centuries. The museum boasts one of a kind presidential gallery, the museum offers both temporary and special exhibitions. The museum is closed on Mondays and is located in Cartersville, Georgia.
Things to Do
- Tour the Booth museum of western art and see incredible pieces of American art in paintings and sculptures in the American West gallery.
- See sculptures and paintings about the cowboys, you can see authentic stagecoaches and covered wagons at the exhibit galleries.
- See arts and crafts by the native Americans, see the chronological order of events that led to the civil war at the civil war gallery.
- The presidential gallery showcases photographs and memorabilia of the 43 presidents of the US.
- Sagebrush Ranch is a children's favorite, kids can take a trip in the stagecoach, play games, dress up like one of the early settlers, paint and more.
- Parents must accompany their kids in the children's gallery, kids here can play in a replica of cowboy home, do puzzles, watch vintage TV and more.
- Enjoy snacks at the cafe and visit the gift store for souvenirs.
Booth Museum of Western Art Insider Tips
- Children ages 12 and under pay no admission.