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Armor Court Virtual Tour

The much-beloved Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Armor Court is unique among the galleries of the Cleveland Museum of Art. It showcases a breathtaking installation of arms and armor, complete with regimental banners and tapestries, and is the only gallery to have remained in its original location since the museum opened in 1916. The museum continually adds to its collection of arms and armor through acquisitions and loans. It is an enduring favorite of the museum, which many consider to be the heart and soul of the building.

To explore the space, click and drag on the window below. Select any pin with a plus symbol to see a wealth of information from the Collection page for each object, including provenance, 36 fields of metadata, and additional views with zoomable images. In the gallery view, the square icons will open an additional detail view, which can be closed with the 'x' in the upper right corner of the window.