Baldwin Museum of Art

Street address: 

111 W. Laurel Ave.
Foley, AL 36536

Open M–F 10–4.

P.O. Box 546
Foley, AL 36536


Contemporary artists of regional scope. Permanent collections include excellent works portraying Baldwin Co. scenes and works of noted Baldwin artists. Special exhibits change on monthly basis.

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