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Redlin Art Center, Watertown

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The Redlin Art Center is an art gallery located in Watertown, South Dakota where over 150 of artist Terry Redlin's original paintings are displayed. The center was opened on June 6, 1997 and has welcomed over two million visitors. This 52,000-square-foot (4,800 m2) brick building was designed by Terry Redlin's son, Charles Redlin.

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  • We had no anticipations about this art center/museum. We were so incredibly impressed that we have told all of our friends that this museum by itself is worth a trip to South Dakota. Sumptuous...  more »
  • This is a beautiful place to see. We have driven by many times and made a point to stop this time. Beautiful property and building. We took a short tour, but could spend lots more time inside and....  more »
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  • This is by far one of the best art museums I have ever visited. It houses most of his best works as well as some of his early works that are rather crude compared to what he is known for. Also houses drawings sculptures and various other items of interest. Excellent experience all around. I will go back some day
  • My husband & I went here on a drive through South Dakota. It was beautiful. Grounds were manicured, staff was friendly inside. Super clean. Spent over 2 hours walking through seeing everything.

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