Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Museum's main entrance and parking? +
Our main entrance and parking are located on 10th St. Look for the covered entrance in the middle of the building and our Resting Dancer Sculpture.
Is there an admission fee? +
Everyday admission to the Museum is always free. There may be a small charge for special events.
What are the Museum's hours? +
We are open 11 am - 4 pm seven days a week.
How do I find your galleries? +
We know there's alot to see here and sometimes the hallways can get confusing! When you enter the main doors, you will see the entrance to the Manya Fan Education Center in front of you. There you can see student work from our art classes and workshops. To your left, you will see our Shook Gallery and a set of stairs that lead to the Museum Shop and three other galleries upstairs.
Can I bring food or drink into the Museum? +
Food and drink is allowed on the first floor and in the Museum Shop. No food or drink is allowed in the upstairs galleries.
Are backpacks or strollers allowed? +
Backpacks, bags larger than backpacks, and all umbrellas must be checked. The museum and its staff are not liable for checked bags. No luggage is permitted. All bags are subject to inspection.
Only small, collapsible umbrella-style strollers can be accommodated in the galleries and museum shop.
Is photography allowed? +
Photography is allowed in the Museum EXCEPT in the Weil Gallery on the 2nd floor. Flash photography is not permitted.
Does the Museum offer tours? +
Museum tours are conducted by a dedicated group of volunteer docents. Click Here for more details.
I have a work of art I would like to have appraised. Can you help me? +
The museum does not appraise, evaluate, or authenticate works of art. To find an appraiser, please contact the following organizations:
- American Society of Appraisers
- Appraisers Association of America
- International Society of Appraisers
How do I care for my own art collection? +
The American Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works provides a listing of professional conservators. Conservation Online maintains links to numerous web sites providing information about caring for art and artifact collections.