The addition of the Laurelton wing establishes 11 new galleries and triples the size of the courtyard garden to 4,450 sf. A new glass-enclosed gallery showcases the Daffodil Terrace, the centerpiece of the new wing which was designed by Tiffany in 1914 for his Long Island home. Reassembled from more than 600 distinct pieces, the terrace features eight marble columns that are topped with bouquets of namesake yellow daffodils. Since this addition opened, museum attendance has tripled, creating even more admirers of the comprehensive collection of Tiffany’s work housed at the Morse.
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