The Milwaukee Art Museum officially reopens to the public this Friday, March 5th, and admission is FREE for all patrons that day thanks to Educators Credit Union.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Timed tickets are required, and you can reserve them in advance online.
- Only the first and lower floors are open to visitors. There will be one path through the museum at this time.
- The on-site store and food/beverage offerings are not available at this time.
- Elevator access to the museum from the Reiman Bridge and the Calatrava garage is not available. If stairs are a challenge, you can use the disabled parking spaces on south Art Museum Drive.
- The Museum is wheelchair and stroller accessible. Wheelchairs, if needed, are available from the admissions desk. Service animals and Segways used for mobility are welcome at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
- Backpack baby carriers are not permitted in the galleries; store these, as well as other backpacks, bags larger than 13 × 17 in., and umbrellas in your car. Lockers are not available.
- Patrons are required to wear masks, and are asked to socially distance.
- Museum hours are Fri–Sun, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Kids 12 and under are always free. (So are K-12 teachers!) Adults tickets are $19.
Visit mam.org for more info, and tag @mkewithkids in your photos!