The museum is currently operating under reduced capacity. New general admission tickets are released to the public on a rolling basis four weeks in advance. Members receive access to tickets six weeks in advance.
We acknowledge the CDC's new guidelines and we thank you for your patience as we allow for more time for staff and community members to be fully vaccinated. At this time, visitors and staff are encouraged to wear their masks while inside the museum. Please review our visitor guidelines ahead of your visit. Thank you for helping us mitigate exposure and ensure the best possible experience for all of our visitors.
Several times throughout the year, the DAM offers free general admission through our Free Days at the DAM program. Learn more.
Admission is free to all youth age 18 and under every day. Learn more.
Become a Member
Members support the museum's mission while also enjoying many benefits such as free general admission, discounts on ticketed exhibitions, guest passes to share with family and friends, a subscription to our member magazine, and so much more! Sign up today.
We are open seven days a week year-round, 10-5 pm. Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
|Seniors (65 & older)||$8||$10|
|Students (with ID)||$8||$10|
|Active Military & Veterans (with ID)||$8||$10|
|Children (18 & younger)||Free||Free|
Colorado resident SNAP cardholders please call 720-913-0130 to purchase $1 per person general admission for up to 10 people total.
The DAM also participates in the Blue Star Museums initiative, a program that provides free admission to currently-serving U.S. military personnel and their families. The summer 2021 program begins on Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 15, and ends on Labor Day, Monday, September 6. Find the list of participating museums at arts.gov/bluestarmuseums.
What's on View?
The museum has limited artwork on view at this time. The galleries on the 3rd and 4th floors are currently closed for reinstallation.
Plan ahead by using our online calendar to see what exhibitions are on view on the day you wish to visit. The museum will reopen its expanded and reimagined campus on October 24.
We are committed to keeping you healthy and safe, but please be aware exposure to COVID-19 is possible in public places. To help mitigate exposure and ensure the best possible experience, we have implemented additional safety and cleaning procedures. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions ahead of your visit.
CDC guidelines have been changing frequently. At this time, all visitors and staff are encouraged to wear their masks while inside the museum. We also ask that you follow these guidelines:
Safety and Cleaning Procedures
The museum asks that you observe all signage and instruction provided at the museum and we reserve the right to ask anyone not following safety measures to leave the premises.
We promise you:
We have the highest quality air filtration system and have added “no touch” faucets and restroom facilities, as well as increased daily cleaning and sanitization schedules to help ensure we meet standards set by the CDC.
We will limit the number of visitors in the facility at one time to help visitors enjoy the museum without crowds and lines and with the recommended social distancing space.
We ask of you:
Masks are encouraged throughout your visit. Please plan on wearing a mask that covers your nose and mouth. If you don’t have your own mask, we can provide one for you. Visitors who cannot medically tolerate wearing a mask will be asked to return to the museum when the face covering order is lifted.
Please observe all social distancing requirements, including limiting your group size to fewer than 10 people.
Purchase your ticket/reserve your entry time in advance online.
Come back another day if you are not feeling well.
Wash your hands frequently.
Free Days at the DAM
General admission is free several times a year during Free Days at the DAM. Upcoming free days in 2021 include:
- Saturday, August 21
- Sunday, October 24
Please be aware the museum is currently operating under reduced capacity in accordance with city guidelines. We strongly encourage you to reserve your ticket online ahead of your visit.
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.
Directions & Parking
Denver Art Museum
100 W. 14th Avenue Pkwy
Denver, CO 80204
The museum is located downtown at 100 W. 14th Avenue Parkway in Denver's Golden Triangle neighborhood. The Hamilton Building is on 13th Avenue between Broadway and Bannock Street and is open seven days a week. The Martin Building is currently closed for renovation.
There is often construction happening nearby, so please allow extra time for traffic and parking.
Cultural Center Complex Garage
Parking is available at several lots near the museum, including in the Cultural Center Complex Garage at 12th Avenue and Broadway. Accessible parking spaces are located on the second level and electric vehicle charging stations are available on the third level. The garage is open from 6 am-6 pm and is operated by Denver Public Works, not the museum. If you have questions, please contact the Parking Manager at 303-640-1096.
Additional Lots and Street Parking
Street and metered parking spaces and additional parking lots are also located within walking distance. Find a map with nearby parking options on Parkopedia.
Getting Here by Car
From the North: Drive south on I-25 to the Speer Boulevard exit. Turn left onto Speer and continue past Colfax Avenue, then turn left onto 14th Avenue. The museum is six blocks ahead. To park in the garage, continue for one block and turn right onto Broadway, then right onto 12th Avenue.
From the East: Head south on I-25 to the Speer Boulevard South exit (212). Continue on Speer Boulevard past Colfax Avenue, then turn left onto 14th Avenue. The museum is six blocks ahead. To park in the garage, continue for one block and turn right onto Broadway, then right onto 12th Avenue.
From the South: Drive north on I-25 to the Lincoln-Broadway exit (207). Go north on Lincoln and turn left at 12th Avenue. The Cultural Complex Garage is two blocks ahead, just past Broadway.
From the West: Driving east on I-70, take the US-6 East/West 6th Avenue exit (261). After several miles, US-6 freeway becomes a one-way street. Turn left onto Lincoln Street. You are now approaching from the south. Proceed to 12th Avenue and turn left to reach the parking garage, which is just past Broadway.
Getting Here by Public Transit
RTD and Light Rail
You can reach the museum from anywhere in the metro area via the Regional Transportation District (RTD). For more information, visit rtd-denver.com.
The Free MallRide
Park anywhere downtown and take the RTD’s Free MallRide to the museum.Get off at Cleveland Place, then walk south through Civic Center Park. For more information, visit downtowndenver.com.
Getting Here by Bike or Scooter
There are bike racks on the museum plaza for you to lock up your bike or park a scooter. Remember to bring a secure bike lock. If you have a skateboard, you can check it at the front desk when you purchase your general admission ticket.
Dockless scooters through services such as Lime, Lyft, and Uber are widely available in Denver.
Everyone is welcome at the Denver Art Museum. We’re committed to creating a safe and respectful environment that accommodates the needs of all of our visitors, no matter their age or abilities.
The Shop at the Denver Art Museum
The Shop offers bottled water and small prepackaged snacks, as well as a unique assortment of art-inspired souvenirs and gifts. Gift cards are also available. Your purchases support the programs and collections at the Denver Art Museum.
Colorado resident discount offered courtesy of the residents who support the SCFD. The Free for Kids program at the Denver Art Museum is made possible by Scott Reiman with support from Bellco Credit Union. Free Days at the DAM are made possible by Your 6 Front Range Toyota Stores and the residents who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).