Davis Museum and Cultural Center
The Davis Museum and Cultural Center is located on the campus of Wellesley College, 106 Central Street, Wellesley, Mass.
The Davis Museum and Cultural Center's origins go back to 1889, when the Wellesley College Museum was founded in the Farnsworth Art Building. In 1993, it moved into a new building designed by Rafael Moneo and became the Davis Museum and Cultural Center, named in honor of Shelby and Kathryn Davis, its principal donors. Its exhibitions and programs serve both the campus community and the public and are known for their innovations and fresh approach to art.
Please see the Museum's website for hours and admission fees.
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