Gift Shop and Gallery Hours
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Admission to Galleries
Fridays are a public outreach day and all admission is by donation.
Business Office Hours
Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
The Olewine Gallery has showcased world renowned artists including John James Audubon, Joel Sartore, Arthur Singer, Tom Duran Junior, Jerome P. Connolly, Julie Zickefoose and many more! It’s also housed exhibits from African Game Trails to the Woodson Art Museum and changes it’s galleries multiple times a year to bring only the best in local and nationally known artists to the wooded mountains of Millersburg, PA!
CLOSED UNTIL NOVEMBER 1ST
Ned Smith Gallery
Nature Through A Master's Eye
Did you grow up, like so many Pennsylvanian's, eager to find the new PA Game News in your mailbox? Today, his masterworks are displayed on the walls of the Ned Smith Gallery, no longer bound by the magazine's dimensions, for all fans of Ned Smith and nature art to love.
Special thanks to the Pennsylvania Game Commission for their generous support of the Ned Smith Gallery. Be sure to check out the “From the Collection of the Pennsylvania Game Commission” wall, featuring a rotating mini exhibit of Ned’s work, owned by PGC.
The Romberger Gallery is located between the Olewine and Ned Smith Gallery and showcases local artists’ work and provides a platform to reach a larger audience and make their pieces available for purchase to all the art lovers that walk the Center’s lands and galleries.
The current exhibit in the Romberger Gallery is:
The Second Annual Ned Smith Center Photography Contest Winners