Art Trips

Every year, the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum takes a group on an exciting and art-filled city- part fundraiser, part fun trip! We've gone to Philadelphia, New Orleans, Tampa/St. Pete, Boston, Bentonville, Arkansas, Chicago, and Havana, Cuba!

Art Trip to Bentonville, Arkansas

October 13–16, 2021

Join us for a trip to Bentonville, Arkansas, a beautiful and exciting cultural destination found in a charming, historic small town in Northwest Arkansas. 

We will explore the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, world renowned for its architecture, American art collections, and cutting edge exhibitions.  We will enjoy a guided collections tour; have luncheon at Eleven, tour the Bachman-Wilson House, and have time on our own to explore several other exhibitions and additional offerings in and around this amazing museum.

Our group will also experience:

This trip includes ground transportation and admission to all venues, three dinners at fantastic restaurants including The Hive and Tavola Trattoria, and two luncheons. Travelers are responsible for daily breakfast and transportation to and from Bentonville.

Reservation Deadlines:

GACM 2021 Bentonville Traveler early option until March 31, 2021

GACM Director’s Circle Members early option until March 31, 2021

GACM Members and their guests through April 30, 2021

Open enrollment continues through July 10, 2021

SPACE IS LIMITED.

Trip Price: $1,495 (double occupancy)

For more information: 850.627.5020 or grace@gadsdenarts.org

Click on the picture below to check out some of the photos from the 2015 Cuba trip on the Gadsden Arts Flickr page!

Photo credits: Gadsden Arts Center & Museum, Mark Bates, Ken Kato

To be added to the mailing list for future art trips, email Grace Robinson.

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 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 website do not necessarily represent those of Florida Humanities or the National Endowment for the Humanities.