Experience the Redlin Art Center
Find inspiration and marvel at Terry Redlin’s Americana masterpieces in the galleries and grounds of this generous gift from the artist. The Redlin Art Center houses over 160 of Redlin’s original oil paintings and in entirely free to visit.
Every painting tells a story about Terry Redlin’s life. You’ll find nuggets of his past hidden in plain sight, captured in the beautiful details that make his paintings so unique. Learn More
An avid outdoorsman, Terry’s first dream was to be a park ranger. This dream is honored in the 30-acre Conservation Park surrounding the Redlin Art Center. The park – designed by Terry himself – is “Redlin’s living painting”. Learn More
Admission and Hours
Hours change seasonally. Check with us to be sure we will be here when you plan to visit!
Groups are our specialty. Our knowledgeable staff can customize itineraries for student and adult group tours. Groups are also invited to view a video orientation as an introduction to the artist and his work. Visit our group tours page to learn more and book a tour.
The Redlin Art Center is located directly off the I-29 and U.S. Highway 212 interchange on the eastern edge of Watertown, South Dakota. You can see our distinguished brick building from the main highway!
When You’re Finished
Head downtown and tour the Watertown Artwalk, a trail of street-corner sculptures. Learn more about Watertown to plan your adventure or get a free guide at www.visitwatertownsd.com
Admission & Hours
Redlin Art Center IS OPEN! Admission is FREE!
Fall Hours (from Labor Day through Memorial Day):
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Groups are our specialty! Our knowledgeable staff can customize itineraries for student and adult groups.
Each visit begins in our theater with a special welcome and complimentary video presentation about the artist. Check out our group tours page to book your group.
When you’re finished, explore Terry’s hometown.
You can tour sites from his paintings; or take in the trail of sculptures that begins with the one featured in front of the Redlin Art Center.
ArtWalk continues in downtown Watertown with sculptures lining the sidewalks.