Be sure to join us April 11 as we unveil the newly-restored Olmsted Garden.
In case you weren’t able to join us last night for the Garden Month lecture, “The Olmsted Garden,” here’s what you missed.
2013 Garden Month provides many opportunities for our members and guests of all ages to explore and experience our historic gardens through exciting events, tours, lectures, classes and exhibitions.
December 10, all Cummer lots across Riverside Avenue from the museum will be closed for a complete renovation. Construction is scheduled to be completed by Spring 2013. During this period, visitors…
The Cummer would appreciate your support in fulfilling its mission of engaging and inspiring through the arts, gardens and education. Your financial support …
In the early 1930s, the Cummer family reorganized the property in their compound. After the death of Ada Cummer in 1929, her three heirs—siblings Arthur, Waldo, and Mabel—decided to tear down their mother’s house and divide up the property among them, although Mabel Roe elected to live a few blocks away.
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