Cincinnati Art Museum is open!

At long last, the Cincinnati Art Museum is open!

The beloved institution closed its doors in March in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. After nearly four months, Cincinnati Art Museum has reopened and is taking lots of precautions to keep your family safe:

While general admission and parking remain free, you’ll need to register in advance for museum access. 

These tickets ensure that you can visit at your desired day/time. If you visit without tickets, you may be asked to wait or come back at a different time due to capacity limits. Follow this link to request your FREE tickets. You will be asked to show your registration using your smartphone or printout.

All tours will be self-guided, programs and interactive activities are not currently available and the Rosenthal Education Center (REC) is temporarily closed.

Looking for a kid-friendly activity to do with your kids? Be sure to explore CAM’s brand-new, outdoor Art Climb!

Please wear a mask

CAM requests that you wear a mask or facial covering when in the museum as a courtesy to others.  (Guests who are unable to wear a mask or facial covering should contact us by calling 513-721-2787 or email CMC).

The museum will require all employees and guests to have a touchless temperature screening before entering the facility.

Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will be asked to reschedule their visit.

Not ready to visit CAM in person? Enjoy the #MuseumFromHome!

Check out CAM’s resources: Online Collection | Exhibitions | Blog | Teacher ResourcesConnect with thousands of art lovers near and far by joining our new Facebook Group CAM Connect.

For more information, visit cincinnatiartmuseum.org.

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