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The Butler Institute of American Art

The Butler Institute is the first museum of American art. Its mission is to preserve and collect works of art in all media created by the citizens of our country.

The original museum was dedicated in 1919 and is a McKim, Mead and White architectural masterpiece listed on the National Register of Historic places. Known worldwide as “America’s Museum,” its collection exceeds 20,000 works of art including, Norman Rockwell’s 1965 painting Lincoln the Railsplitter and the 1872 painting Snap the Whip by Winslow Homer.

In addition to its main location in Youngstown, the Butler also operates a satellite facility in Trumbull County.

Check website for hours of operation.


524 Wick Avenue
Youngstown, Ohio 44502

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Trumbull County Tourism Bureau
321 Mahoning Avenue NW • Warren, Ohio 44483
866.360.1552 • 330.675.3081 • 330.675.3083

Member of: Ohio Travel Assocation; Ohio Has It!; Ohio’s Appalachian Country; Adventures in Northeast Ohio; and Pennsylvania Bus Association.

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