The Charles Hosmer - Morse Museum of American Art

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Welcome to the Morse Museum

The Morse Museum houses the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933), including the artist and designer’s jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, leaded-glass lamps and windows; his chapel interior from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago; and art and architectural objects from his Long Island country estate, Laurelton Hall. The Museum’s holdings also include American art pottery, late 19th- and early 20th-century American paintings, graphics, and decorative art.

The Museum is open to the public.

Guests may make an appointment or walk in to visit. A wait for entry may be requested depending on the number of visitors in the Museum.

To make an appointment or to review current visitor guidelines, please visit Appointments may be made online.

Due to the pandemic, the Museum has implemented special safety measures, procedures, and visitor guidelines.

Visitors, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask. Complimentary masks are available.

We hope you enjoy your visit!

Introduction to the Morse Museum

  • Legacy for the Community video


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  • Tiffany Chapel video


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Exhibition and Program Highlights

  • Register Now for Winter Film Series

    Register Now for Winter Film Series

    Celebrate American art with the Winter Friday Films series, beginning Jan. 28

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  • On View: Stebbins Collection

    On View: Stebbins Collection

    The Stebbins Collection: A Gift for the Morse Museum introduces an exquisite collection to the public.

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  • A Timeline of Tiffany’s Life

    A Timeline of Tiffany’s Life

    Explore the life and art of Louis Comfort Tiffany through the Museum’s extensive online chronology.

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  • Lecture on Jan. 26

    Lecture on Jan. 26

    Learn more about works from The Stebbins Collection: A Gift for the Morse Museum with Dr. Regina Palm.

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