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Avoid long lines & disappointment. Order your tickets in advance. Tickets go on sale Saturday, August 14th. Call toll-free 1-888-9030-ART (1-888-903-0278). Some same-day tickets may be available at the museum. All tickets specify date and entry time and are non-refundable.





$12.75 weekdays


$14.75 weekends

Seniors 65+


College Students w/ID


Kids 6-18


Kids 5 and under


A self-guided CD-ROM audio tour is available for an additional $5.00 for non-members and $4.00 for members. You can reserve your audio tour in advance or rent it at the museum.

Your ticket includes admission to the exhibition and admission to the rest of the museum. Reservations can be made for entry times on the hour, 20 minutes after the hour and 40 minutes after the hour. The last admission time is 60 minutes prior to the museum closing; however, you may want to allow yourself more time to see the exhibition.

Tip: For best viewing, we suggest seeing the exhibition on a weekday afternoon, prior to December 1st.

Group Visits (15-person minimum)



Seniors 65+


College Students


Call 303-640-7879 for details and reservation. Special bonus to groups booking with a date and time before August 31st - all group visitors receive a 10% discount coupon to use in the museum shop on the day of their visit.

School Groups

K-12 Students


Tickets include audio tour. Teachers/chaperones are free. Call 303-640-7879 for details and reservations.

How To Purchase Tickets

By Phone
Call toll-free 1-888-9030-ART from 8am to 6pm Mountain Time. A $2 per ticket convenience charge will be added to the ticket prices listed above.

At the Museum
Purchase tickets at the museum anytime while it is open. There is no convenience charge for tickets purchased at the museum. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and in-state checks accepted.

Click here to order your tickets on a secure server. A $2 per ticket convenience charge will be added to the ticket prices listed above.

Member Information
Members receive free admission to the exhibition as well as free general admission throughout the year and many other benefits. Join now and see Impressionism: Paintings Collected by European Museums and Matisse from the Baltimore Museum of Art in the spring at no charge. Also, enjoy special viewing hours to these exhibitions just for members. Membership prices start at $35 for individuals and $50 for a family. To read more about the benefits of membership, click here. To join by phone with your Visa, MasterCard or American Express Card, call toll-free 1-888-9030-ART (1-888-902-0278), from 8am to 6pm Mountain Time.

Members Mondays
Every Monday, from 2pm to 8pm, the exhibition and first floor will be open for museum members and their guests only. No reservations needed, just present your membership card at the door for admission. Guests of members will be required to purchase a ticket or become a museum member.


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Exhibition Hours


Closed to the Public
Members Mondays from 2pm to 8 pm.


10am - 5pm


10am - 9pm


10am - 9pm


10am - 9pm


10am - 5pm


10am - 5pm

Please note:
School groups are being booked for weekday visits until 11am and advance or same day tickets may not be available until 11am.

Only the exhibition and the first floor are open Thursday and Friday nights from 5pm to 9pm, and Sundays from 10am to noon. If you visit the exhibition on Thursday or Friday nights, you'll receive a free general admission pass to visit the permanent collection another time.

Museum Information

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Private Events
The museum has limited availability for private evening events for groups of varying sizes. Combine your event with a visit to the exhibition. Call 303-640-7968 for details.

Palettes Restaurant, with award-winning chef Kevin Taylor, is open for lunch from 11am to 5pm and for dinner on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays until 9pm. Reservations recommended; call 303-629-0889. For a quick daytime meal, stop in at the adjacent café for buffet-style sandwiches, soups, salads and pastries.

We anticipate large crowds for this exhibition, so be prepared when you head to the museum. You can park in any number of lots or metered spaces within walking distance of the museum. Click here for a map of the area.

Bus Service
You can get to the museum by bus from anywhere in Denver. Many Park and Ride locations throughout the Denver Metro area drop off at the Civic Center Station, just a short walk from the museum, or at Market Street Station, just a short shuttle ride from Civic Center. Call RTD directly for details at 303-299-6000.

Access Services
Complimentary wheelchairs and sign language interpretation of the audio tour are just a few of the access services we offer visitors with disabilities or special needs. Call ahead 303-640-2783 to make arrangements. TTY: 303-640-2789

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