Several galleries dedicated to African, Oceanic, and Ancient American art are temporarily closed as part of a Level 1 renovation project. When these reopen in 2020, the galleries will include an expanded presentation of Oceanic art. To help find your way around during the project, please pick up an updated gallery map at the Visitor Services desk or ask a member of the Museum staff for assistance.
Daily Public Tours
Information Center, Sculpture Hall, Level 2
- Tuesday–Friday, 10:30 am
- Saturday and Sunday, 1:30 pm
Free one-hour docent-led tours of the Museum’s collection are available daily. Reservations are not needed. ASL interpretation available the 3rd Sunday of the month. Docents also facilitate other drop-in guided tours on a variety of topics.
The Museum’s collection holds original masterpieces by renowned artists from around the world. These featured works of art represent a small sample of the incredible objects you will experience in person during your visit.
Balinese ArtUntil September 22, 2019
Printing the Pastoral: Visions of the Countryside in 18th-Century EuropeUntil December 1, 2019
The BauhausUntil October 27, 2019
and its Legacy:
Oskar Schlemmer’s Triadic Ballet
New On View
The galleries are continually being installed with newly acquired works of art as well as rotating works from the Museum’s collection. Visit us to view these newly installed works in person.