Take a Virtual Tour of the Galleries
By clicking on the videos below you can take a virtual tour of many of the permanent collection galleries. Start with the Overview and then pick your galleries of interest.
Booth Western Art Museum
Explore the West Without Leaving the South! An Affiliate to the Smithsonian Institution, the Booth is a 120,000 square foot museum housing the largest exhibition space for Western art in the country.
American West Gallery
More than 100 traditional Western paintings & sculpture divided into interpretive themes including the Karen & Joel Piassick Enduring Traditions Gallery, Joyce & John Stevens Landscape and Wildlife Gallery, and the Julie & Pete Contrucci Family Gallery. CLICK HERE to take a 3D tour.
Carolyn & James Millar Presidential Gallery
A visitor favorite! A unique collection of one-page, signed letters from every U.S. President. The original letters are accompanied with portrait photographs of each president and a variety of presidential memorabilia. CLICK HERE to take a 3D tour.
Frank Harding Cowboy Gallery
The cowboy is one of the great heroic figures in American history. This gallery showcases cowboys and cowgirls at work, rest and play in more than 35 paintings & sculpture. CLICK HERE to take a 3D tour.
Lucinda & James Eaton Sculpture Atrium
A signature feature of the Museum, this soaring, two-story atrium houses both traditional & contemporary large scale sculpture. CLICK HERE to view a 3D tour.
Neva & Don Rountree Heading West Gallery
Artwork in this gallery depicts some of the earliest people to head West – fur trappers and mountain men – as well as an original 1865 stagecoach that followed those same trails West in search of new opportunity. CLICK HERE to view a 3D tour.
War is Hell Gallery
Depictions of heroism, glory and tragedy – hung in chronological order to help visitors understand the battles as they occurred – in the struggle of brother against brother known as the American Civil War. CLICK HERE to take a 3D tour.
Native Hands Gallery
More than 150 American Indian artifacts representing tribal cultures from East to West.
Modern West Gallery
View the non-traditional side of Western art by sampling a cross section of the stylistic changes witnessed in Western art over the past 50 years.
A fun, hands-on, interactive gallery for children, parents and grandparents to play and learn. Organized like a working ranch, Sagebrush Ranch is designed for children ages 2-12.