Triton Museum of Art

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"Green Decision" Collection of the Triton Museum of Art, 2004 Emulsion And Oxide Pigments On Canvas 40x30 © Courtesy of the Triton Museum of Art
Triton Museum of Art
1505 Warburton Ave.
Santa Clara, California 95050
Venue Type: Museum
Open hours
Mon-Wed 11am-5pm Thur 11am-9pm Fri-Sun 11am-5pm
408 247 3754
Other phone
408 247 2438
408 247 3796

The Triton Museum of Art was founded by rancher, lawyer and art patron W. Robert Morgan in San Jose, California in 1965. Less than two years after its opening, the Triton Museum moved to its current location within the City of Santa Clara. Exhibitions and programs were held in four pavilions surrounded by a seven-acre park. Due to the tremendous economic and population growth of the Santa Clara Valley during the 1970s, a new facility was built to serve the changing needs of the community. Construction for the current facility was completed in October, 1987. The 22,000 square-foot space features high ceilings, pyramidal skylights and dramatic lighting. The spacious design of the building was created for versatile exhibition presentation as well as an aesthetically pleasing experience for museum visitors.

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