This category is for brick-and-mortar museums that house permanent collections and/or present temporary exhibitions of photography. May include, but not limited to, collections of photographs and negatives, daguerreotypes, prints, photographic documents and cameras.
A museum concerning the photographer, her life, and work. Includes museum information, events, and exhibits. Located in Staten Island, New York.
World's oldest photographic archive includes a picture library, a photo museum, an exhibition space, a conservation laboratory and an editorial office.
Non-profit organization that promotes contemporary photomedia-based art. Includes details of exhibitions, workshops, archives, membership program, volunteer opportunities and contact information. Located in Paddington, New South Wales.
A photographic resource, archive and gallery. Based in Belfast city centre’s it remains Northern Ireland’s only dedicated photography gallery.
Information on the exhibitions and publications of this non-profit space dedicated to contemporary photography, plus how to submit work for an exhibition. Located in Portland, Oregon.
Providing contemporary exhibitions, historic, digital, photographic, and camera and device collections online. Located at the University of California Riverside.
A research center and museum at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Includes public print viewing from the collection, a research archive, library, and changing exhibitions.
Non-profit photography gallery promoting photography as a fine art form and providing photographic education by displaying fine art photographs by contemporary and historic photographers. Located in Carmel, California.
Information on past and forthcoming exhibits, events, and workshops. Located in Tampa.
Contemporary photography exhibits including a juried quarterly contest. Includes videos that focus on educational opportunities and forward movement of technology and thought in the 21st century.
Art museum for photography and photographic media. Web site in German and English, with information on exhibitions and other programs. Located in Switzerland.
British museum which commemorates the life and work of William Henry Fox Talbot through exhibitions of new and historical photography. Located in Lacock, England.
Collects and interprets images, films, and equipment in the disciplines of photography and motion picture. Located in Rochester, New York. Entrance Charge.
Non-profit gallery specializing in photography as an art form. Supports emerging and mid-career artists, and promotes the study of photography.
Hours and membership information, exhibition guide and previews, catalogs, museum shop. Located in Manhattan, New York.
Museum of stereographic photography and repository for the products of the Keystone View Company. Located in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
A museum of photography dedicated to promoting the general history of the subject to people from all walks of life. Derbyshire, UK.
Non-profit gallery presenting new work by contemporary photographers. Site provided information on exhibitions, residency program, and the journal Contact Sheet. Located in Syracuse, New York.
Focuses mainly on exhibitions by contemporary Finnish artists.
English language page for this museum of photography, with address, phone number, and hours plus links to online exhibitions and information about programs and services, including a bookshop. Located in Switzerland.
Information about the museum's history, collections, exhibitions, films, and programs. Located in San Diego, California.
Official site covering the permanent collections, current exhibitions, access and opening hours, events, educational programmes, and IMAX cinema schedule. Bradford, England. [This was known as The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television until 2006]
Museum of photography where the art was invented by Niepce then Daguerre, in Saint-Loup de Varennes, France. Includes a history of the house with a video of its restoration.
Photography museum in Chalon sur Saône, France. Exhibitions, collections, news and bookshop.
Site of one of the earliest photographic organizations, offering information on its history, exhibitions, and programs, a book store, and links to related sources. Located in Bath, England.
Three generations of the Šechtl family have been photographically recording life in Tábor for the past 140 years. Over thirteen thousand glass plate negatives have been preserved, from the years 1864 to 1940. Located in Czech Republic.
Offers several black and white photos from the collection, as well as 11 color shots of the museum itself. Located in Houki-cho, Tottori Prefecture, Japan.
Information about the SMP's exhibitions, membership, and store, plus teaching guides used to integrate its programs into the curriculum of the Daytona Beach Community College, Florida.
Information about the exhibitions, workshops, publications, artist residencies, collection, and other programs of this non-profit gallery dedicated to photography. Located in New York.
Mini-site in English gives information on the museum and its programs, plus address, hours, and a list of services. Located in Helsinki, Finland.
Located at Columbia College, Chicago. The site presents links to the museum's exhibitions, publications, and collections, as well as to membership and contact information.
Information on the exhibitions and programs of this non-profit gallery, as well as links to several internet-based exhibitions.
Image collection of the Yakima Valley Museum and Yakima Valley Regional Library. Located in Washington.
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