No matter where you live, your fellow humans now and in the past contribute to culture and art for your region. Here at Annville Inn we are honored to share the culture and art of our region with our visitors. Here are opportunities for you to sample exemplary art.
Annville Inn Bed & Breakfast: Craig and Rosalie have long had an interest in a variety of art. Some of their collection is on display in the Inn. Craig was influenced by his upbringing in the Southwest and his work at the Smithsonian. Rosalie was influenced by her mother’s own varied tastes in art. One of our guest rooms features part of our collection of an acclaimed Native American artist.
Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery (at most, 2 miles from Annville Inn B&B). Most lectures and events free to the public. Check schedule.
Susquehanna Art Museum Nestled within the Capital City’s emerging midtown neighborhood in a newly reclaimed building, the Susquehanna Art Museum serves as a catalyst in the Commonwealth to offer educationally superior programming and diversely extraordinary exhibitions.
Rose Lehrman Art Center The Rose Lehrman Art Gallery offers exhibitions of national and international artists. The Lehrman Center encourages the understanding and appreciation of contemporary art. Lectures and other events free to the public, check schedule.
Art Association of Harrisburg: Founded in 1926, the AAH is a hub of Central PA cultural events. Their galleries in the historic Governor Findlay Mansion across from Riverfront Park provides opportunities for regional and nationwide artists.
Ned Smith Center for Art and Nature: The mission of the Ned Smith Center is to merge the arts and the natural world and foster a celebration of both. Ned Smith is the preeminent wildlife artist of the Eastern seaboard. His work hangs in galleries the world over. The center hosts traveling exhibitions, such as the famed Audubon Double Elephant Folio; performing arts in its amphitheater, and extensive hiking trails. Here at Annville Inn Bed and Breakfast, guests are treated to part of our Ned Smith collection.
Lancaster Museum of Art: Since its founding in 1965 by a group of artists and community leaders, the Lancaster Museum of Art has been a leading source for culture and education for people living in, as well as visiting, this region.
The Demuth Museum of Art: The Demuth Museum is dedicated to developing awareness, understanding and appreciation of the artwork and legacy of Charles Demuth, renowned American modernist painter, and his family’s contributions to the Lancaster community.
Lebanon Picture Frame and Art Gallery. A place where people gather to breathe in the local artistic culture. The warm and friendly atmosphere invites the community to share in the sights of the artistic talent in their town. The rotating art exhibits allow for a fresh look and a diverse show of talent that keeps everyone’s interest. The custom framing division weaves together beautifully in the Gallery.