Timed tickets are no longer required; walk-ins are welcome. Online tickets, good for any open hours within one year of purchase, are available on our Buy Tickets page.
No, a printed online ticket is not required for entry; when you arrive give your name at the Welcome Desk to be checked in. Tickets are also available for purchase on site.
Yes! There is a lot to experience online from home!
Visitors ages 13 to 18 are welcome if accompanied by an adult chaperone at all times. Due to the fragile nature of the collections and the popular but vulnerable salon style in which they are displayed, children under the age of 13 are not permitted in the galleries. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Please visit the Groups and Tours page to learn more about scheduling a group reservation.
Groups of 10 or more may make advance reservations to receive a discounted admission rate. Pre-reserved Private Guided Tours are now available. Please visit our Groups & Tours page to learn more.
Accessible paid parking is located on the west side of the Museum. The parking lot is accessible from the alley between Bannock and Cherokee Street. Two designated handicap spaces are located adjacent to the Museum entrance on the parking lot side of the building. Additionally, there is metered parking on Bannock St. and 12th Ave.
Yes, all public areas of the Museum are wheelchair accessible. Transport wheelchairs, a self-propelled wheelchair and a walker are available for use on site on a first come, first served basis. Please inquire with the Welcome Desk staff upon your arrival to request their use. Reservations are not accepted. Wheelchairs and walkers will be sanitized before and after use.
Although Kirkland Museum does not receive SCFD funding and therefore does not participate in SCFD free days, we do usually participate in certain events such as Night at the Museums (November) that offer free admission on specific dates. Please see our Events page or social media pages (Facebook and Instagram) for more information and updates. Another great option is to become a member and receive free admission for an entire year. Memberships start at $45.
Paper comp tickets are accepted for admission. Please show your comp admission ticket at the Welcome Desk upon arrival.
Yes! Take a free introductory audio tour through the galleries on your own smartphone and dive deeper into our Frank Lloyd Wright Inside the Walls exhibition our free mobile guide and audio tour, available on Bloomberg Connects, the free arts and cultural app. Learn More>>
No. We do not participate in any reciprocal programs at this time.
No, in an effort to preserve the collection, touching of the artwork and objects is strictly prohibited.
Yes. Please take care to sit only on benches clearly marked “Visitor Seating,” stationed throughout the galleries. Lightweight, easy-to-carry folding stools are also available.
Photography is permitted—without flash—for personal use only. Selfie-sticks, tripods and monopods are not allowed. For commercial use or publication, please call the Museum at 303.832.8576 to inquire about our policies.
To help us protect the collection, we ask that visitors leave coats, umbrellas, water bottles, oversized bags and backpacks in our complimentary lockers. Lockers keys may be checked out at the Welcome Desk with valid ID.
No food or drink is allowed in the galleries, including open water containers.
No. Pets and emotional support animals are not allowed under any circumstances. Service animals are welcome in the Museum.
Yes. Sketch pads are limited to 11×17 inches and smaller. Color media such as colored pencils, markers, paint and pastels are not permitted.
No. There are several cafés and eateries within close walking distance. Welcome Desk staff are happy to make a recommendation during your visit.