Booth Western Art Museum

Cartersville, GA



The Indian Gallery of Henry Inman (7/15/12)

Saddle Up: The Western World of Harry Teague (6/5/12)

Western American Art South of the Sweet Tea Line III; essay by Jeff Donaldson (11/8/11)

Wild at Heart: Selections from the National Museum of Wildlife Art Travels to the Booth Western Art Museum This Spring; artcle by Adam Duncan Harris (5/4/09)

Western American Art South of the Sweet Line (8/18/05)

West By Southwest: from the Collections of the Museum of the Southwest (8/16/04)

The Other Side of the West: Re-creating New Icons of the West (3/18/04)


Booth Western Art Museum, an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, is a 120,000 square foot museum located in Cartersville, Georgia. Guests are invited to explore the American West through contemporary Western artwork. The Museum also houses a Presidential Gallery, Civil War art gallery, more than 200 Native American artifacts, and Sagebrush Ranch children's gallery. Visitors to Booth Museum also enjoy the intimate downtown setting with unique specialty and antique shops, boutiques and nationally featured restaurants all within walking distance of the Museum. Open since August 2003, Booth Museum is the second largest art museum in the state of Georgia, and houses the largest permanent exhibition space for Western art in the country. (information as of 5/5/12)

The Booth Western Art Museum is located at 501 Museum Drive, Cartersville, GA 30120. For hours and admission fees please see the Museum's website.

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