Tripods, flash attachments, video cameras, or "selfie sticks" Umbrellas small umbrellas can be stowed in bags Wrapped packages gifts Is there anything I cannot check?
Public Garage Hours Monday—Sunday, Cash and major credit cards are accepted. In addition to these locations, other parking exists throughout the downtown area.
Tours will depart from the Visitor Services Desk at 2: Accessibility The Museum is equipped for visitors with special needs. See our Special Needs page.
The cafe can seat two or a group of twenty and can accommodate up to two hundred guests during lunch. Many are within walking distance of the Dallas Museum of Art or offer shuttle transportation to and from the Museum.
Many hotels offer special museum rates.
When you book your room, ask if they offer a museum or Arts District discount. Photography without a flash is allowed in the galleries unless otherwise indicated. Smoking and vaping are not permitted anywhere in the DMA including outdoor Museum spaces, the DMA parking garage, and in front of the entrances.
Visitors may bring picnics to eat on the lawn of Eagle Family Plaza, in the Sculpture Garden which will be closed due to renovation until springand in Fleischner Courtyard. Please be considerate of those around you, and keep personal belongings, feet, and legs off seating.
Outside alcohol and glass containers are prohibited. Sketchbooks and pencils no other art supplies are permitted in the galleries. For safety and health reasons, visitors should wear attire appropriate to a public facility, including shoes and shirts.
Please do not touch any work of art, including outdoor sculptures. When visiting the galleries with small children, please maintain supervision.
Fragile objects are often placed behind Plexiglas or ropes. Please refrain from touching the Plexiglas casing. If you see tape on the floor near a work of art, the tape indicates how far away you should stand from the object.
A good general rule is to stand at least three feet away from a work of art. The coat check is located on the first level across from the Visitor Services Desk. All umbrellas and oversized parcels must be checked.
Please clean up after your pet. Please keep the Eagle Family Plaza clean. Place all recyclables and waste in the appropriate receptacles. We appreciate your help in protecting the art for future generations to enjoy.
Looking at two or three works of art can make for an entertaining and enriching experience.
Strollers, Backpacks, and Diaper Bags Strollers are welcome in the Museum; however, if galleries are very crowded, you might be asked to wait until more space is available. You may bring a diaper bag and frontal carrier into the Museum. For safety reasons, backpacks are not permitted.
All of the restrooms in the Museum are equipped with diaper-changing stations. Express counter service is available until 4: High chairs are available.
Need to Take a Break?The Art Museum at Northern Arizona University is open to the public We invite you to visit NAU’s Art Museum and view the exhibitions being presented. Helpful information about the museum found below will provide for a pleasant experience.
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The section of this site includes information to assist you in planning your visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum. Kohl’s Art Generation is a joint effort between Kohl’s Cares and the Milwaukee Art Museum to bring art and creativity to kids and families.
Café & Dining. Visit the Allentown Art Museum, the greater Lehigh Valley’s leading creative institution. The AAM stimulates minds and creates inclusive spaces for people to explore and exchange ideas. Visit the Allentown Art Museum, the greater Lehigh Valley’s leading creative institution. The AAM stimulates minds and creates inclusive spaces for people.
Smithsonian American Art Museum (8th and F Streets, NW) Bill Traylor is regarded today as one of the most important American artists of the twentieth century. His drawn and painted imagery embodies the crossroads of multiple worlds: black and white, rural and urban, old and new.
ACCESS admission is a citywide initiative led by Art-Reach. Museums for All is a cooperative initiative between the Association of Children’s Museums and the Institute for Museum and Library Services.