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Frazetta Art Museum

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Joseph Reichling wrote a review 12 Jan
3 contributions1 helpful vote
Amazing Place. As a HUGE Frazetta fan, this place was a definite in my bucket list, and it did NOT disappoint. Amazing artwork, VERY thorough and professional tour, beautiful landscape, and had the opportunity to meet Frank Jr. Talk about an amazing experience! Can not wait to return!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Yvonne Jocson wrote a review Nov 2020
Mays Landing, New Jersey2 contributions1 helpful vote
For someone like my husband who loves Art...its worth the drive,worth to visit. Small but very well kept museum. As soon as we came in, we were welcomed by , the daughter in law of Frank Frazetta, She gave us a thorough, relevant informations about the museum,and the paintings.Frank's son fortunately happened to have a" live painting"that day and it was really awesome to watch.Merchandise a bit pricey but I still bought a shirt and a matching cap for my husband.Since he is an artist himself, being there gave him joy.Entrance fee is reasonable though....it will help to keep the museum going. Overall, it was a very good experience!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Cynthia F wrote a review Aug 2019
Fair Lawn, New Jersey1,930 contributions280 helpful votes
Frank Frazetta revolutionized the art industry for illustrators. As an art lover, I really appreciated my visit to this museum, despite my lack of love for fantasy/science fiction art. We probably stayed slightly less than an hour, not feeling the need to study every work of art in the room. All the art is in one large room. It is a wonderful experience to be given a tour of the museum by one of the artist's own relatives. The guided part of the tour lasts maybe 10 minutes. Then you wander around at your own pace and focus on what interests you the most. This museum is a hidden gem.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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tstark9119 wrote a review Mar 2019
Sarasota, Florida30 contributions9 helpful votes
We were in PA for a short visit and drove the distance in order to go to the Frazetta Museum. It is kinda of in the middle of nowhere, but worth the drive! We were greeted by Frank's grandson who was very nice and took us on a tour of the museum. He was an awesome guide and gave the hits and misses of Frank's life. It is pretty hard to get such a personal touch from people who knew the artist and we are extremely honored that he shared his experience with us. Most of the art are the original's, but due to family fallout, not all are there (though it is truly where they belong). If you like Frank's work or grew up in the 70's, then this museum should move from a bucketlist, to a must do!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Victoria E wrote a review Feb 2019
Levittown, Pennsylvania5 contributions4 helpful votes
My husband and I were on our annual anniversary getaway, our 10 year in fact, and we found this place by chance. So glad we did! Not only was it one of the coolest, and obscure collections we've had the pleasure of touring, but the family still owns and operates so there is a lot of care and love for the art. We had an amazing and heartfelt tour of the place, we spent as much time as we liked and for a place off the beaten path and steady stream of lookers filtered in. Though it never felt crowded. Great collection, amazing backstories, incredible connections to so many other facets of the art world too!! From movies to books, to posters and sci-fi....couldn't believe how much history was in such a small place! Great time of year for the region as well!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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