Simply called "The Haggin" with a soft "a" by locals, the Haggin Museum is an art and history museum in Victory Park. The museum opened back in 1931, so it's got a bit of history itself. You'll find permanent exhibits showcasing works from 20th century masters of painting and sculpture.
The Haggin also has rotating exhibits throughout the year. One example, on display from June 2 to July 31, is the Victor Vasarely Collection. Vasarely is considered the leader of Op Art (optokinetic art), a mathematically-themed form of abstract art developed in the early 1960s with an aim to stimulate the eye through the radical use of shapes and colors.
1201 N. Pershing Ave. check them out on IG: @hagginmuseum