Go to Texas!

Large format photographs of Austin, Texas, from 1840 to 1911

Elisabet Ney's Homes and Studios in Europe and American - Personal Reflections of the Artist

Large format photographs of Elisabet Ney's homes and studios in Europe and America, 1862 - present

Edmund Montgomery - Frontier Scientist/Philosopher

Biographical panels on Elisabet Ney's physician husband, Edmund Duncan Montgomery

Public Programming

Elisabet Ney and Three Texas Heroes

Educational curriculum and tours developed with AISD for elementary social studies and art, offered year-round

Guided Tours of the Elisabet Ney Museum

Staff-led tours of the former studio of Elisabet Ney for groups of eight or more with a minimum of two weeks advance notice, offered year-round

Research Assistance

Research and archival access for scholars, researchers and educators, offered year-round

Holiday at the Ney

Celebration of the holiday season

Celebrate Urban Birds

Celebration of urban birds with the Audubon Society, Cornell University and general public in April

Texas Nature Challenge

Nature activities designed for family fun and outdoor exploration at participating sites, including the Elisabet Ney Museum (April and July)

Austin Nature Day

Austin's own celebration of nature, with outdoor activities on the grounds of the museum in April

Elisabet Ney Museum History, Art and Nature Camp

Summer camp of activities in June exploring the connections between history, art and nature for children ages 7-9 (enrollment fee - $100)

Austin Museum Day

Community-wide celebration of Austin’s museums, including free admission and activities in September

Partners in the Arts and Humanities

Austin Mayor and City Council recognition of exceptional volunteers in annual awards ceremony at City Hall in October

Texas Native Plant Week

Annual celebration of native plants to emphasize role of native plants in environmental conservation and education of Texas children and youth in October