National Art Gallery of The Bahamas, Nassau
The National Art Gallery is held in the historic Villa Doyle house. The home was built in the 1860s and was converted into the National Art Gallery in 1996. Along with this home, the National Art Gallery grounds include the outdoor amphitheater Fiona's Theatre, which is used for music, theatre, cultural events and private celebrations.
The NAGB Art Park is located adjacent to the museum. This is the site of the first African hospital in Nassau. It now has an outdoor sculpture collection that appears along a sculpture walk. It reflects the history and culture of the Bahamas.
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