National Museum of Wildlife Art Named Fifth Best Art Museum in the 2023 USA TODAY 10Best Readers’ Choice AwardsMarch 2, 2023
The National Museum of Wildlife Art (NMWA) is a winner in the 2023 USA TODAY 10Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest for Best Art Museum, finishing in fifth place. Voting began in January, with twenty museums nominated across the country. Nominees are submitted by a panel of experts, and 10Best editors narrow the field to select the final set of nominees for the Readers’ Choice Awards. Voting was then open to the public through the middle of February. Winners were announced on February 24, 2023.
The top ten winners in the Best Art Museum category are as follows:
- Detroit Institute of Arts
- American Visionary Art Museum
- IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
- Andy Warhol Museum
- National Museum of Wildlife Art
- Booth Western Art Museum
- Heard Museum
- Getty Center
- Museum of International Folk Art
“Two of our current strategic goals are to enhance exposure of the permanent collection and expand outreach,” says Museum Director Steve Seamons. “Being named the fifth best art museum in the country is right in line with these goals. We are thrilled that the USA TODAY readers voted for the National Museum of Wildlife Art and granted us this wonderful recognition. Congress designated our Museum the National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States and it’s remarkable to see our museum living up to that national designation.”
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