The Chrysler Museum exists to enrich and transform lives. We bring art and people together through experiences that delight, inform, and inspire.
The Chrysler Museum has fifty galleries, a growing collection of more than 30,000 objects, an interactive space for families, and the only glass studio of its kind in the Mid-Atlantic region. Best of all, admission is free.
Though the Museum was founded in 1933, things really changed when Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. brought his collection of more than 10,000 works of art to Norfolk in 1971.Learn more about Walter
NSA members have long been generous supporters of this Museum. The group played a key role in the establishment of this Museum and has been with us ever since.Learn more about NSA
Our incredible staff is comprised of unique individuals from diverse backgrounds. What we all share is a love of art and a mission to share it with the people of Norfolk and beyond.Meet Our Leadership Team
This remarkable team of leaders is guiding the Chrysler Museum into the future.
Erik H. Neil
Meet our Board of Trustees