The Butler's Trumbull branch is open Wednesday through Sunday, 11 am to 4 pm. Closed Monday and major holidays.
Free parking is provided on the museum's property.
The Butler Trumbull branch, located in Howland Township, Ohio, is a contemporary building built specifically for the Butler Institute by Foundation Medici.
Designed by regional architect Tom Schroth, this beautiful facility is now home to the Pierre Soulages masterpiece "14 May 1968," Don Gummer's "Primary Compass," Clement Meadmore's "Upbeat," and Sophia Vari's "Point Immobile II."
This facility is home to the Butler's Summer Arts Day Camp as well as art classes, a wide range of temporary exhibitions, displays of the Butler collection and other community activities.
Butler Institute Of American Art—Trumbull Branch Rental Prices [ pdf 72k ]
For more information or to rent this space, call 330.743.1107, ext. 123.