Let’s start our tour on the north side of the Carnegie as you walk down Main St. to the front door.  Take a look at Riviera Row created by two classes of Summer Full of Art students. Click here to visit Riviera Row.

A few steps south and you are at the front door of the Carnegie Center for the Arts/W.R. Monroe Museum.  Click here to see the front doors of two of the three buildings that are the arts center, the original Three Rivers Public Library built with funds from Andrew Carnegie (on the left) and the new building built in 1997 to connect the former First Savings Bank to the Carnegie (on the right).