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West and West Hill Streets
Nassau, N.P.
The Bahamas

(242) 328-5800

Bahamian art: Presenting. Uniting. Educating.

VISIT

 

 

 

 

GALLERY HOURS

 

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
*

Public Holidays

CLOSED
10am — 5pm
10am — 5pm
10am — 5pm
10am — 5pm
10am — 5pm
12pm — 5pm   *Free for Locals

CLOSED*

*See list of Bahamian public holidays (click).


GENERAL ADMISSION

Local Rate
International

Students
Senior Citizens (65+)
Children (under 12)

Prices inclusive of VAT

$7
$10
$5
$5
FREE

 


BUILDING AMENITIES

  WIFI Accessible

   Wheelchair Accessible

  Secure Parking

   24-Hour Security


GALLERY TOURS

We offer school and group tours with an NAGB Gallery Tour Guide. The NAGB Gallery Tour Guides have extensive knowledge about the history of the NAGB and the current exhibition on display. 


$35.00 (plus general admission cost)
$45.00 (plus general admission cost)

School Tours
Adult Tours


For inquiries and to book tours please email Holly Bynoe at hbynoe@nagb.org.bs or call her at 328-5800/1

We recommend booking at least 24 hours in advance. Tours take place during gallery opening hours unless otherwise stated. The last tour of the day will be taken at 3 p.m.


MUSEUM STORE

HOURS:

Tuesday to Saturdays
10am — 5pm

Sunday
12pm — 5pm
 

CONTACT:

Amard Rolle
Phone: (242)328-5800/1
Email: info@nagb.org.bs

The Mixed Media Museum Store offers a welcoming space for an exciting and authentic shopping experience. At The Mixed Media Store, visitors will find a selection of unique and locally-made handicrafts and gifts for all price points. The first point of contact at the NAGB, the Mixed Media Store is where guests can purchase admission tickets, reserve a space at the NAGB's Mixed Media Summer Camp or other events and get guidance on the best way to view the gallery's exhibitions. Find out more about the store on its link below.

VISIT MIXED MEDIA  


Through the NAGB Art and Culture is becoming tangible to Bahamians. With the extension to Grand Bahama it will enrich even more lives, especially the Youth!
— Alisa Streather-Robinson, Educator