While the Ava Gardner Museum remains closed to the public to limit the spread of COVID-19, our staff has been working hard to make digital resources available so that you can still learn from and enjoy the museum’s exhibits and collection. Check out our round up of digital resources below and let us know what you think!
This blog platform is a great resource anytime, with blog posts that take a deeper dive or share artifacts not necessarily on exhibit. We explore all topics related to Ava Gardner, her career and her personal life, as well as classic film more broadly. And if you’re looking for something to watch check out our recent blog posts for what to watch for any quarantine mood and 5 comfort classics to lift your spirits.
Check out our YouTube Channel for a virtual tour of the Ava Gardner Museum and more videos about Ava and the museum.
These digital jigsaw puzzles are a relaxing way to keep busy during stressful times. Many of the puzzles feature portraits of Ava painted by the Dutch artist Bert Pfeiffer.
For more downloadable puzzle fun, check out the Ava Gardner-inspired word search and crossword puzzles available on the museum’s website.
A few pages from our Ava Gardner Museum Coloring and Activity Book are available for free download. Perfect for little Ava fans or even as a great way for adults to relax and entertain their inner child. Share your masterpieces with us on social media with #ColoringAva.
Shop our online gift shop for books, DVDs, and unique Ava Gardner collectibles.
Follow the Ava Gardner Museum on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more from our collection and archives. Follow our #MuseumAlphabet series to explore a different Ava artifact for each letter of the alphabet or our #CookingWithAva series for Gardner family recipes, including some of Ava’s personal favorites.