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Visitors are invited to enjoy the Museum galleries and Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden as long and as often as they like. Behold, explore, return!
Museum Hours
Wednesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm
Sunday, 1pm-5pm

The Museum is closed every Monday and Tuesday and in observance of the following holidays: Thanksgiving Day and the Friday after, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Eve, New Years Day, and Independence Day (July 4).

Musuem of Biblical Art - $15
National Center for Jewish Art - $8
Museum of Holocaust Art - $8
Senior Citizens (65+) - $12
Students (with I.D.) - $12
Children ages 6-12 - $10
Children ages 5 and under - free
Audio Tours - $10
Call museum for current discount, 214-368-4622.

Museum Membership
Museum of Biblical Art - $100
National Center for Jewish Art - $100
(Membership includes:  Free Admission for 1 year, Invitations to Exclusive Artist Receptions and Lectures, $100 off Facility Rental)

The Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden is free and open to the public during regular Museum hours.
The MBA offers discounted admission for certain groups. Visit our groups and tours page for details. 

Field Trips & Tours
The Museum of Biblical Art offers docent-led tours, field trips, as well as the opportunity for visitors to explore the galleries at their own pace. Contact the museum for information on group tours and rates.
Parking & Museum Entrance
Museum parking is free. Park in the large lot on the north side of the building.
The Museum's visitor entrance is sheltered by a porte cochere and is located along Boedeker Street around the corner from the parking area. Visitors who do not wish to walk to the building from the parking lot may be dropped off and picked up at this entrance. 
All Museum galleries are accessible to wheelchair users. Wheelchairs are available to visitors on a first-come, first-served basis. Benches are dispersed throughout the Museum for visitors who wish to view the artwork while seated. All of the Museum entrances and restrooms are ADA compatible. We recommend picking up and dropping off visitors with special needs at our main entrace, which is sheltered by a porte cochere. 
Personal Photography Policy
Visitors are welcome to take casual photos at the museum unless otherwise indicated by museum staff or signage.
Please follow the required guidelines:
  • casual photography is permitted for personal non-commercial use with small handheld cameras or devices only.  
  • Flash photography is not permitted.
  • Stabilization devices like tripods, monopods or selfie sticks are not permitted.
  • Camera bags and other professional photography equipment are not allowed.
  • Wardrobe changes are not allowed in the museum.
  • Casual photography must not disturb other museum visitors.
  • Doorways, entrances and exits must not be blocked.
  • No video or filming allowed.
Any photography with professional equipment or professional photographers is not casual photography and must be arranged at least 48 hours in advance.  Professional photography would include bridal shoots, birthday shoots, and other similar events.  The museum reserve its rights to limit or deny photography at any time.
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