The first thing you might notice about the Johnson Museum is its incredible architecture. Located on Cornell University’s campus, this I.M. Pei designed structure houses a permanent collection of fine art with more than 30,000 works. The galleries feature European prints, drawings and photographs, American painting and sculpture, African sculpture and textiles, pre-Columbian art and a wonderful collection of Asian art. The outdoor sculpture garden is a unique space which affords the opportunity to see beautiful views of the Cornell campus, Ithaca and Cayuga Lake. The Johnson is also a stop along the Finger Lakes Discovery Trail. New contemporary shows are always being displayed in the gallery. To learn about the newest shows, visit Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, or call 607-255-6464. Admission is free.