Museum visitors who are vaccinated are invited to wear facemasks voluntarily. For visitors who are unvaccinated, face masks are still required and must be worn over the nose and mouth while inside the museum. Please follow the instructions of the security guards and other museum employees.

The Bruce Museum Permanent Science Galleries: Natural Cycles Shape Our Land are open Tuesday - Sunday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. The admission fee is “Pay as you wish.” Please consider giving an admission amount by donating to our Annual Fund.  The Museum will be closed to the public from June 9th to July 8th for scheduled construction.

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Permanent Science Galleries: Natural Cycles Shape Our Land
November 7, 2021 - January 1, 2023

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Bruce Museum Announces a Promised Gift of Two Important Works on Paper by Picasso and Matisse

GREENWICH, CT, May 11, 2022 — The Bruce Museum today announced a major promised gift of two outstanding works on paper by Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse from Greenwich resident and longtime Bruce...

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Bruce Presents The Caper That Stunned the Art World:  The Gardner Museum Heist, 30 Years Later

With the artworks valued in current terms at possible $500 million or more, an important new lead might just be the key to finally cracking the case.

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Bruce Presents: The Art of the Extinct – A Conversation with Paleoartists Jason Brougham and Gabriel Ugueto

The Bruce Museum will delve into how artists can reconstruct the likeness of these prehistoric creatures when all they have to guide them are research documents, and ancient, petrified remains.

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Bruce Museum to Receive Promised Gift of a Major Collection of European and American Art

Promised Gift of 70 Works by European and American Artists Includes Paintings, Sculpture, and Works on Paper by Mary Cassatt, Alberto Giacometti, Childe Hassam, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Henry...

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The Bruce Museum Appoints Margarita Karasoulas as Curator of Art

The Bruce Museum announces the appointment of Margarita Karasoulas as Curator of Art. Coming from the Brooklyn Museum.

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