LaSalle University Art Museum

LaSalle University Art Museum

The La Salle University Art Museum began in 1965 as a small study collection for the university’s students. It opened its doors to the general public in 1975 and now serves students, alumni and the greater Philadelphia community. Since its founding, the Art Museum has seen tremendous growth and now houses nearly 5000 works of art. While the collection primarily focuses on Western art, from c. 1400 to the present, it also has smaller special collections of African Art, Asian art, Pre-Colombian and Greek ceramics. The Art Museum is laid out in a series of period rooms and is located on the lower level of Olney Hall, the University’s principle Arts and Sciences building on the main campus. 

Phone: 215-951-1221
Location: 1900 West Olney Avenue · Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Always Free

LaSalle University Art Museum

Art Within Reach at LaSalle

The Museum offers viewers an opportunity to sharpen their aesthetic perception and to investigate the interrelationships which emerge between art and other disciplines.

HOURS:Academic year: Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Open weekend hours by appointment. FREE ADMISSION.Donations gratefully accepted.

1900 West Olney Avenue · Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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All classes and groups of more than five are asked to schedule their visit in advance.Group tours by appointment. Please call ahead during summer and University holidays to confirm hours.