Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts, Fort Lauderdale

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Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts, Fort Lauderdale
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Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts in Fort Lauderdale is a treat to visit! Older children will enjoy it as much as adults, especially because it is full of colorful objects. Everywhere you turn there is the next delightful thing! There are little royal Doulton figurines, glass hearts, fused glass tapestries, clear rainbow plates, glass starfish bent in many shapes, Egyptian pottery, incredible Wedgwood Blue pottery, fairy vases, Royal Worcester porcelain statuettes of dainty ladies, leering face jugs by the Martin brothers, Moorcroft genie bottles, Zsolnay iridescent Art Nouveau pottery, and opalescent glass figures by Lalique.

Modern blown-glass items are also pleasing: foaming waves, neck ties, stiletto heels, and a gorgeous chandelier of butterflies. There are also large paintings, tile mosaics, and sculptures such as a carousel horse. If you need inspiration for your imagination, come here!
The neighborhood where the museum is located doesn't have much to offer, but there is an easy parking lot and it is a short drive from the coastal areas of Hollywood Beach and Fort Lauderdale.
When you first enter, the man at the desk gives you a ten minute introductory speech about the collection, and then you are free to roam as you please. 
The museum is located on the second floor of the building (by elevator), and the entry door is on the opposite side of the building from the parking lot.

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Glasswork vase.

Constellations by Rob Stern.

Rob Stern makes beautiful Windstar sculptures out of glass.

Be kind, share love, let love guide your way.

English painter Josephine Wall makes fantasy works.

No More, by Josephine Wall.

The Falls of Fairy Glen, a shimmering Celtic twilight.

Stiletto's by Rob Stern.

Cinderella's Arrival.

Little ballerinas with braided hair.

A ballerina by Juan Carlos Ferri Herrero.

Love For Ballet.

Once upon a time...

Men's ties made of glass, by Rob Stern.

Roman Soldier, Milo 1925.

Art Nouveau Maiden, Amphora 1900.

Wave & Rock, by Theodore Lundberg.

A little girl and her dog.

Chandelier and sculptures.

Display cases full of vases.

Woman holding globe.

Art Deco glassworks.

The Lenci Factory in Turin, Italy made colorful works in the early 20th century.

The Zsolnay Factory in Hungary made vases with iridescent luster glazes.

Mushroom pottery.

Blue pottery.

Mushroom pottery.

Pottery like genie bottles.

Fantastic faces by Robert Wallace Martin.

Elegant lady.

Gothic Revival chair.

Royal Doulton figurine.

Doulton Faience vases.

The beautiful colors of Doulton Faience vases.

Doulton Faience vases in pale shades.

Doulton figurine.

Wedgwood pottery.

Elephant by Wedgwood.

Wedgwood vases.

Wedgwood Blue.

Display of Wedgwood Blue stoneware.

Pottery that mimicked historic pottery.

Rainbow Fan by Anne Orvieto.

Tapestry of Dreams, by Anne Orvieto.

Hearts, by Josh Fradis.

Even the ceiling in the elevator is interesting!

The exterior of the gallery.


Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts is located at 481 S Federal Hwy 2nd Floor, Dania Beach, FL 33004. 
Entry is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for kids, military, and students with ID.
Open Tues-Sat 10-4. 
Parking is free and there is a large parking lot. 
The museum is located on the second floor of the building, and the entry door is on the opposite side of the building from the parking lot.


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