For groups & Motorcoaches
About the museum
The Marilyn Horne Museum and Exhibit Center showcases highlights from the personal archive of legendary opera singer, Marilyn Horne. Located in Bradford, Pennsylvania's historic downtown district, the museum is housed in a six-story, circa 1932 Art Deco building. Collection highlights include costumes, interactive audio and visual exhibits, and a documentary film shown in a sumptuous theater designed to evoke the ambience of Venice's famed Teatro la Fenice.
Amenities & More
Visitors should allow at least one hour to tour the museum. The exhibition space is 3,400 square feet and includes 19 interactive stations, a 10-minute documentary film, artifacts, and more.
Other amenities include an adjacent café offering light fare such as pastries and graband-go salads, and Starbucks coffee. The café and gift shop accept all major credit cards.
Meeting space and fees
A meeting space is also available for rent, which is fully equipped for visual presentations. Admission to the museum is free. All motorcoach visits include a docent-led introduction and presentation, if desired. Handicapped accessible. Motorcoach parking is free.