Visit the Galleries
Stroll through the different galleries to see American and European art ranging from the Renaissance to current day. Enjoy the Currier’s extensive collections of paintings, sculpture, furniture, glass and ceramics.
Mobile Tour of the Collection
Enjoy exploring the collection in more depth with the new mobile tour, available to all Museum visitors free with Museum admission. The mobile tour is designed to be accessible to all and includes written captions as well as detailed descriptions of each artwork developed in partnership with the New Hampshire Association for the Blind. The tour information is available on your mobile device at http://currier.toursphere.com. Mobile tours are supported by the Samuel P. Hunt Foundation and the Badger Fund. Additional assistance provided by New Hampshire Public Radio.
Whether you are just beginning to explore your artistic side or you want to perfect your technique, the Art Center offers something for you. With a full range of studio classes, along with school vacation and summer art camps, the Art Center has programs for all ages.
Winter Garden Café
Join us for lunch! Lunch at the Café doesn’t require Museum admission.
Learn more about the Café.
Manchester, NH is a growing city with a population of more than 100,000. Manchester is easily accessible by car, plane or bus. Great restaurants, a growing arts and culture community, talented sports teams and excellent entertainment venues have transformed Manchester, NH into an exciting destination. Manchester boasts the largest civic arena in the state, the 10,000 seat SNHU Arena. The Arena hosts concerts and trade shows, and is home to the Manchester Monarchs hockey team, the AHL affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings.
Cultural entertainment includes live performances at the beautifully restored Palace Theatre where you can catch award-winning national acts along with plays, symphonies and more! In addition to the Currier, Manchester is home to a number of other museums including the Millyard Museum, SEE Science Center, Manchester Historic Association, Amoskeag Fishways and NH FIRST.