The Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum at the Center for Art and Nature at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia will open its doors for free timed ticket access starting the week of March 1. The newest of buildings at the garden holds the personal porcelain and decorative arts from Deen Day Sanders, a charter board member of State Botanical Garden. The space is designed to draw environmental and conservation connections to the collections in the museum.
There are eight different gallery spaces blending conservation, botanicals, art, beauty and curiosity. Adjacent to the building is the Garden of Discovery and Inspiration where visitors can connect to the living botanical collection that is represented on so much of the porcelain pieces in the museum. Please join staff and docents for a time in the Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum to develop your own ideas on art and nature and become inspired to see the natural environment through the lens of the many artists on display.
All available timed ticket slots are listed on the left side of the registration panel. The next upcoming available option is listed first, but you can expand any option to see the registration details or register for that time slot. If you are reserving multiple spaces in the tour option, please make sure to select reserve multiple seats so you can select up to 10 spaces. If you choose single registration, only one guest will be able to participate in the timed access reserved.
Tours only have space for 15 total participants. If you are trying to register and it will not allow you to reserve enough space for your party, you may need to select a separate time.