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West Palm Beach's New Art Museum Has Free Entrance On Fridays

The Norton Museum of Art finally opened in West Palm Beach.

For the artsy soul, there's a new museum that re-opened in West Palm Beach. It's bigger, better, and has new rooms to host your next private event. The Norton Museum of Art finally opened in West Palm Beach within the richest neighborhood in the city. 

Yes, the museum is just three miles away from Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. The museum is welcomed for all visitors and not just the wealthy local. The Norton Museum of Art features new architecture and art with a 12,000 square feet of new galleries. It also has a new elegant restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining spaces, a museum living room, several smaller gardens, and great outdoor sculpture collection.

And, if you're looking for a cute place to get married, the museum is open to hosting events for future brides. Currently, the museum has an exhibition by Nina Chanel Abney called Neon, which is perfect if you're looking for a colorful background. 

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This museum had a past fashion exhibition showcasing the work of the best fashion photographers. You'll find things in this museum other museums in Miami don't have. The museum offers an event every Friday called 'Art After Dark' which offers rarely seen films, a performance, a concert, or other museum activities. 

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Even if you're not into art, the museum has a cool bar and restaurant serving modern-American fares such as ahi tuna tartare and a classic chicken sandwich. Friday's events are until 10 pm and regular hours are from Monday to Saturday 10 am to 5 pm. Admission is free during the 'Art After Dark' series. 

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Who knows, you might run into a celebrity or the president when you visit this museum.

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