Plan your visit
Members-only: Tuesday, June 16–Friday, June 19
Tuesday–Saturday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the hours of 10-11:30 a.m. are reserved for visitors over 60 and those who are at higher risk for severe illness.
STAY HOME IF SICK
If you’re experiencing any signs of illness, please delay your visit.
GLASS STUDIO DEMONSTRATIONS
The Perry Glass Studio hopes to offer demonstrations with limited capacity and appropriate distancing. Reserve your tickets.
Classes at the Glass Studio will remain suspended until at least July 15.
Museum staff will increase the cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched objects and surfaces. Plexiglass barriers will protect employees and guests from direct contact at the Museum Welcome Desk, Glass Studio Welcome Desk, Education Lounge, and the Museum Shop. Read the full list of updated safety guidelines.
The Wonder Studio, the Museum’s interactive family gallery, as well as the Library Reading Room will remain closed until further notice.
FREE TIMED TICKETS
The Museum will re-open with a limit of 25% of normal capacity. Reserve your Museum tickets and tickets for the Glass Studio Noon Demo.
Visitors ages 3 and up+ are required to wear a face covering. The use of face coverings is mandatory for employees, volunteers, and vendors in all common areas until further notice. Disposable masks will be available for a recommended donation of $2.
ENTERING THE MUSEUM
At the main Museum entrance, please only enter through the doors specified “Entrance.”
ASK A GALLERY HOST
If you have questions while exploring the Museum, Gallery Hosts throughout the building are dressed in blue and happy to help.
PROTECT THE ART
Experience the art by looking at it for as long as you like. Please help us preserve the works in our galleries by not touching the art, leaning on walls or pedestals, or running through galleries.
Capacity will be limited to four people at a time, and guests will be asked to swipe their own credit cards. If you prefer to shop online, visit shop.chrysler.org.
Take pictures of your favorite works, but help us keep the art safe by not using a flash, tripod, or selfie stick. When you get the perfect shot, share it with us on social media @chryslermuseum and use #ChryslerMuseum.
FOOD AND DRINKS
The Wisteria Café Dining Room is closed. Grab and go selections will be available from the Wisteria Café. We invite you to enjoy your food and beverages at the tables in Huber Court or in our gardens. Food and drinks are not permitted in the galleries.
VISITING WITH CHILDREN
We are excited to welcome the next generation of museum enthusiasts. Children can explore the galleries on foot or in a stroller. Please do not carry children on your shoulders.
Feel free to sketch in our galleries with dry media (pencils, crayons, pastels). Wet media (watercolors, paint, etc.) are allowed with advanced permission. Please contact our Registration Department at 757-965-2030 or email@example.com.
From ancient artifacts and the modern masters to Tiffany glass and our own artists in residence
See more than 10,000 glass objects spanning 3,000 years. See the collection
Visit our galleries of ancient and non-western art. See the collection
Enjoy familiar pieces and enjoy new works in the McKinnon Galleries. See the collection
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