Plan Your Visit

Gadsden Arts is open for scheduled visits only.

Make your reservation to enjoy five exhibitions and the Fletcher Museum Shop, with a limit of 10 visitors per 90-minute session.

Precautions to keep you safe include face coverings required for staff and visitors, cleaning throughout the day, social distancing, hands-free hand sanitizer stations, and more. Click on the button above to make your reservations - it's easy to do!
We hope you'll also continue to enjoy Gadsden Arts @ Home programming. Click here to learn Zoom Art Talks, videos, and art activities at home.

Hope to see you soon!

At this time, the ArtZone will remain closed. Families are welcome to make reservations to visit our galleries and pick up a free Gadsden Arts @ Home Art Set, offering art supplies and activity instructions to enjoy at home. For more information, call 850.627.5023.

Click on a date below to reserve your visit time July 31-September 5

Click on the date you would like to visit below. You will be directed to the Eventbrite page for that day and you can select the time (10:30am, 1pm, or 3pm) you wish to reserve. 

* Free Admission Day

Hours

Exhibitions: By reservation, Wednesday–Saturday, 10am–5pm

The ArtZone: Currently closed due to COVID-19.

Families are welcome to make reservations to visit our galleries and pick up a free Gadsden Arts @ Home Art Set, offering art supplies and activity instructions to enjoy at home. For more information, call 850.627.5023.


Location

13 North Madison Street, Quincy, FL 32351


Admission

Exhibition Admission — $5 admission for non member adults; $3 for college students; Children & Museum Members free

ArtZone Admission — Free for all

Helpful Information

Directions

From Tallahassee, take Tennessee Street (US 90) West. If you'd like to take the interstate, head West and get off at exit 192 towards Quincy (US 90). Drive approximately 12 miles after you pass or exit the interstate. Turn right at the 2nd traffic light in downtown Quincy (Madison St.). The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum will be on your right. 


From West of Quincy, use exit 181 on I10. Turn left as you exit the interstate, towards Quincy on Pat Thomas Parkway. Drive approximately 3.5 miles, and turn right on Jefferson St. (US 90). Drive 1 mile and turn left on Madison Street, immediately after you pass the Quincy Courthouse. The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum will be on your right. 

Get directions from Google Maps.

Parking



2 to 3-hour free street parking is available downtown on the courthouse square. For long-term parking, please use the free city lot, one block away on Washington Street. To view this map in another format or to find wheelchair-accessible parking, please visit our custom Google Maps "Getting There" guide.

Tours

Groups of all ages welcome!

Bring your group of 4 or more to the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum to explore special highlights of the collections and exhibitions at an easy pace with a specially prepared volunteer for an educational guided tour, free of charge. Group tours must be reserved at least one week in advance. Contact Anissa Ford, (850) 627-5023.

Learn more about group visits.

Dining

Local restaurants within walking distance: 

GADSDEN COUNTY DINING

Lodging

Local Bed & Breakfasts/Inns

    ALLISON HOUSE INN
      The Allison House Inn offers a 10% discount to visitors who attend an event at the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum. Just mention your visit to the Allison House Inn when booking (must book directly). Click here for more info on the Allison House Inn or to book.


        WHITE SQUIRREL INN


          MCFARLIN HOUSE

            The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum….what began as a small annual art exhibition to support local artists and improve the quality of life in Gadsden County, has morphed into an American Alliance of Museums Accredited Museum with a state of the art exhibition space, a leader in the Florida art community, with top scoring state grants, and innovative educational and exhibition programming.

            Generous support for this project provided by Art Bridges. Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. Funding for this program was provided through a grant from the Florida Humanities with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this exhibition do not necessarily represent those of Florida Humanities or the National Endowment for the Humanities.