Welcome to the
Denver Art Museum

Today is November 27, 2020. We are Closed.
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Plan Your Visit

We're happy to welcome you to the museum! We're open 10 am–5 pm daily. Get ready for your visit in advance. Purchase timed-entry tickets, get directions, and learn more about our commitment to helping you have a safe and enjoyable experience with us.

Tips For Your Visit


All guests must wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth at all times. If you don’t have a mask, we have masks available. Children over the age of three should wear masks, too.

6 Feet Apart

Please maintain a 6-foot distance from visitors not in your party. Look for the prompts on the floor for help.

Are you well?

If you feel ill or have a temperature, please stay home and reschedule your visit.

Clean Hands

Wash your hands frequently. Automatic hand sanitizing stations can be found on every floor.


We have strollers or wheelchairs to borrow for your visit. Please ask a staff member for assistance.

Food & Drink

No food or drink within the museum. Our café is currently closed. Visitors can bring a sealable water bottle and drink only in the atrium on each floor (no water is allowed near artworks). Bottled water and snacks are for sale in the pop-up shop.

El museo en español

Bienvenido y bienvenida al rediseñado sitio web del Denver Art Museum. Como parte de nuestro compromiso de accesibilidad para todo público, hemos dado inicio a los esfuerzos para asegurar que la totalidad de este sitio se presente en inglés y en español. Estos esfuerzos de traducción ya están en marcha y se completarán a mediados de 2021. Mientras tanto, toda la información importante en español acerca de la visita al museo la puedes encontrar en estas páginas. Además, por favor, utiliza el menu de idiomas de la esquina superior derecha para las páginas que ya están disponibles en español. Muchas gracias por tu paciencia y esperamos poder darte la bienvenida al museo próximamente.

Soliloquy: Life's Fragile Fictions

Moyo Ogundipe (Nigerian). Soliloquy: Life's Fragile Fictions. 1997. Acrylic paint on canvas. Joan Evans Anderman Memorial Fund. 2000.243.

Commitment to Action

Black lives matter and the museum stands with those who are demanding change to end systemic racism in our country.

Become a Denver Art Museum member

Become a Member

Join today to get free general admission for an entire year, discounted tickets and access to member-only hours for ticketed exhibitions, free general admission guest passes, and much more!

Father looking at a painting with his son and daughter

Free for Kids

General admission is free to all youth age 18 and under every day, granting more kids access to art than ever before. The Free for Kids program funds general admission for all children annually and enables the museum to offer $5 youth pricing for ticketed exhibitions.

Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection

Museum Web Quest: Virtual Visit and More

Experience the transformative power of art and the excitement of a trip to the museum virtually by exploring our free and easy to navigate Museum Web Quest for kids, inspired by Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism.

support the denver art museum annual fund. Coming together through art

Support Art & Creativity

Your 100% tax-deductible contribution supports inspiring art connections, powerful artist collaborations, and community-minded programming at the Denver Art Museum.

green abstract expressionist painting

Mary Abbott, All Green,1954. Oil on linen. Gift of Janis and Tom McCormick, 2013.250. © Mary Abbott

Museum From Home

If you're not yet ready to visit us in person, we invite you to explore the DAM online. Browse artwork in our online collection, take virtual tours of exhibitions, read interviews with artists and more—all from the comfort of your own home.