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  • The Museum Café

    Unfortunately the Café will be closed today, August 17, due to a technical issue

    Whether you're visiting the Museum's galleries or stopping in just for lunch, The Museum Café is sure to pleasantly surprise. Choose from a delectable selection of appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, entrées and desserts. Dine indoors or experience one of Worcester's few outdoor courtyard cafes.

    Hours

    Wednesday-Saturday: 11:30am-2pm

    Effective September 1, 2018, the Museum Café will be open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 11am to 3pm.

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    Reservations and Rental

    Reservations for parties of eight or more may be made by calling 508.793.4357.
    The Museum Café is also available for rental. Please call 508.793.4327 or e-mail specialevents@worcesterart.org for more information.

    Sip

    Looking for a great cup of coffee? Beverages and snacks are available at the Sip cart in the Lancaster Welcome Center, Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-3pm.

    Effective September 1, 2018, the Sip Cart will be open Sundays only, from 10am to 3pm.




    Video: The Worcester Art Museum Café featured on The Chef's Plate

    Reflections of Tony King

    June – November, 2018

    The photographer Tony King at his desk
    Tony King, Spag, 1972, Courtesy of the King Family. Copyright Judy and Tony King Foundation.

    The artistic excellence of the late B.A. “Tony” King (1934–2017) is showcased in this Museum Café exhibit of 31 of his photographs. Tony King began his love affair with photography as a child when his mother gave him his first camera. Through his photographic lens, the artist captured the beauty and magnificence of the natural world, as well as the joy and poignancy of life. The selected works celebrate his love of New England and provide an insight into his approach to both photography and life—and their inextricable connections that were so meaningful to him.

    Support for this project has been generously provided by the Stoddard Charitable Trust and the Judy and Tony King Foundation.