The Coutts Memorial Museum of Art houses over one thousand objects of art, including original paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings. Art works for the museum were purchased mainly by Warren Hall Coutts, Jr. who traveled extensively and purchased works from art auctions all over the world. The collection includes works from Russia, China, France, Holland, England and South America. It has been enriched also by numerous donations of art by friends of the Coutts family.
One delightful aspect of the museum is the atmosphere. Visitors have the feeling of being in a private collector's home, instead of a museum. Tasteful antique furnishings, some of which belonged to the Coutts family, antique Persian rugs and artful arrangements set the mood for leisurely, relaxed browsing.