A Little About The Museum
William King Museum of Art is an ever-changing gallery and gathering space in the vibrant arts and cultural community of Abingdon, VA. Our exhibitions range from contemporary art made right here in our Appalachian region to fine art from all around the world.
WKMA is also home to the Betsy K. White Cultural Heritage Research Archive, one of the most thorough documentations of the rich decorative arts legacy of Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee in existence. This research is reflected in our two cultural heritage galleries, which celebrate that legacy.
Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: 1 -5 p.m.
Open until 8 p.m. the first Thursday of each month
Closed on some holidays
415 Academy Drive
Abingdon, VA 24210
PO Box 2256
Abingdon, VA 24212
Museum Map, Parking, Accessibility
Explore the museum map to learn more about the museum experience, see parking and accessibility information for your visit.Learn More >
Discover tour options for your visit to William King Museum of Art, including guided, student, and group tours.Learn More >
Let’s just sum it all up by saying that Abingdon is a fun place to visit. The mountains that surround the town beckon visitors to get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air and spectacular scenery.Learn More >
Host An Event at WKMA
With its stunning views of the mountains, beautiful galleries, and expansive outdoor sculpture garden, the historic William King Museum of Art is a perfect location.Learn More >
Meet our resident artists! The Museum’s studio artist program is open to visual artists working in all media.Learn More >
Art Lab Classes
WKMA’s Art Lab is a hub for learning where students, makers, educators, and the public can connect, exchange knowledge and ideas, and hone their skills.Learn More >
Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learn: Figurative Sculpture with Lynn Price Join Lynn Price to learn ...Learn More >
Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learn: Mixed Media Art Learn about the mixed media art and ...Learn More >
Lunch & Learn: Art Meets Science
Who says art and science are so different? “To develop a complete mind: Study the science of ...Learn More >
Lunch & Learn: Fiber/Textiles
Grab your favorite lunch and join us to see where process and concept collide in contemporary fiber ...Learn More >
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