LANCASTER – Hundreds of residents came out this past weekend for the grand opening of Lancaster’s new Museum of Art and History (MOAH).
The nearly 20,000 square foot museum features five galleries, a store, and a unique rooftop patio offering a view of The BLVD.
MOAH’s grand opening was free and open to public. The event kicked off with an official ribbon cutting ceremony at 11 a.m., Saturday followed by tours of the museum, musical performances, and hands-on art activities for attendees of all ages.
The City of Lancaster produced a two-minute video, featuring highlights from MOAH’s opening weekend, and brief interviews with Ralph Bozigian, Curator Andi Campognone, Lancaster Museum Public Art Foundation President Dan Venturoli, and Mayor R. Rex Parris. View the video above.