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Visit

We bring you the arts through the support of our donors. Come visit us!

The museum is OPEN for SUMMER HOURS: Tuesday through Friday, from 11AM to 2PM, Saturdays: 10AM to 4PM, CLOSED for WSU university holidays and breaks.

Summer Closure: Jun. 30 to Aug. 19, reopens Aug. 20.

The museum is the home to six galleries, where you will encounter significant historic and contemporary collections and works of art from the 20th and 21st centuries. As you wander through the museum, you will find a diversity of artists, mediums, and experiences. We encourage you to enjoy private museum moments immersed in your favorite works. The art museum is one destination at WSU you won’t want to miss.

The museum is committed to creating a space of belonging. This is only possible when visitors, members, and staff continue a culture of respect, empathy, and understanding.

Location

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Street Address: 1535 NE Wilson Road, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164

The museum is located at the heart of campus. Look for our ‘Crimson Cube’ building across from the CUB and Gesa Field. Visitors can park closest in the Smith Center For Undergraduate Education parking garage.

Online

Pay to Park with AMP App

To park on campus, visitors are encouraged to download the AMP Park app to pay for parking, or use your web browser by accessing aimsmobilepay.com

Daily Permits

Daily Permits can be purchased the same day online at parking.wsu.edu by selecting, “Order Permits.” Arrival time, duration of the stay, and location on campus will determine whether a daily permit is needed or advised. Many parking lots do not require a daily permit after 5 p.m. Monday – Friday or on the weekends, however there are some that do. Pricing varies based on permit type.

In-Person Payment

You can purchase an all-day parking pass in-person through the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center, or WSU Transportation Services. Both offices accept cash and credit/debit card as payment. Rates may vary based on location.

Brelsford WSU Visitor Center
Phone: 509-335-4636

8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Friday
Closed, Saturday – Sunday

WSU Transportation Services

Phone: (509) 335-PARK (7275)

Hours of Operation:
7:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Summer Hours of Operation:
8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday

Parking Garages

Central campus parking is available 24 hours a day in the Smith Center Garage and the Terrell Library Garage. The Smith Center Garage is located just off Stadium Way near the Art Department Building in the middle of campus.

To access the Terrell Library Garage, turn left from Stadium Way onto Cougar Way, just past Smith Gym, the entrance is on the left. These garages are available 24 hours a day and payment is required during posted times. You will need to know your vehicle license plate in order to complete the purchase.

Evening and Weekend Parking Maps

Note: Times and rules are posted individually at the entrance to each lot on campus. These parking options are subject to change during certain major events, e.g., Commencement, home football games, etc.

From the North/Northwest

Spokane/Colfax/Seattle

Follow Highway 195 South

At the exit to Pullman, turn left and take an immediate right to be on Davis Way. Proceed until you reach the stoplight on Davis Way and N Grand Ave. At the stoplight turn right on N Grand Ave. Move to the left-hand lane and turn left on 270 East. Follow for 0.8 miles and turn left on Stadium Way. Proceed on Stadium Way for 0.4 miles and turn left into the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE). Follow posted parking garage instructions for parking rates.

Take either garage elevator up to the Glenn Terrell Mall. The museum is located to the right in the Crimson Cube across from Martin Stadium and the CUB at 1535 Wilson Road.

From the East

Moscow

Follow Highway 270 West to Pullman. At the first stop light, turn right onto Airport Road. Proceed and turn left onto Grimes Way. Move into the left-hand turn lane at the stoplight on Grimes and Stadium Way then turn left. Quickly move into the right lane and turn right to enter the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education, (CUE). Follow posted parking garage instructions for parking rates.

After parking take either garage elevator up to the Glenn Terrell Mall. The museum is located to the right in the Crimson Cube across from Martin Stadium and the CUB at 1535 Wilson Road.

From the South

Lewiston/Clarkston

Follow Highway 27 north to Pullman. This road later becomes Grand Avenue.

At the stoplight turn right onto Bishop Boulevard. You will drive through 2 stoplights then proceed until you reach a 3rd stoplight. Turn left onto Highway 270. Move to the right-hand lane on Stadium Way just before you reach the stoplight on Highway 270. Proceed on Stadium Way for 0.4 miles, then turn left into the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education, (CUE). Follow posted parking garage instructions for parking rates.

After parking take either garage elevator up to the Glenn Terrell Mall. The museum is located to the right in the Crimson Cube across from Martin Stadium and the CUB at 1535 Wilson Road.

Monday – Friday

Get off at the Gesa Field stop, turn right on Wilson Road, and walk up the hill towards the Crimson Cube.

For elevator access get off at Troy Lane, walk towards the CUE building, and use the parking garage elevator to Glenn Terrell Mall. The museum is located to the right in the Crimson Cube across from Martin Stadium and the CUB at 1535 Wilson Road.

Routes Included:
Loop Route
Campus Route
Silver Route
Paradise Route – Get off at the Bustad Hall stop, cross the street towards Wilson Road, walk up the hill towards the Crimson Cube.

Evenings, Weekends, and Holidays

Wheat Route
Get off at the Gesa Field stop, turn right on Wilson Road, and walk up the hill towards the Crimson Cube.

For elevator access get off at Troy Lane, walk towards the CUE building, and use the parking garage elevator to Glenn Terrell Mall. The museum is located to the right in the Crimson Cube across from Martin Stadium and the CUB at 1535 Wilson Road.

For further questions about campus visits, parking instructions, and parking passes, visit the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center.

Know Before You Go

Before you visit, learn how to protect art for years to come!

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Art Safety

Please do not touch the artwork. Be respectful of the art and others around you, maintaining a polite distance from others not in your party.
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Accessible

Wheelchairs are available on a first come, first serve basis. If you would like a wheelchair, ask our visitor ambassadors at the front desk, or call in advance to (509) 335-1910.
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Seating

If you require seating during your visit, we have several benches placed throughout the museum, conveniently available for your comfort.
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Clean Hands

Hand sanitizer can be found at the front desk, or if you prefer, soap and water is available in the restrooms on the lower level of the museum.
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Food & Drink

No food or drink is allowed in the gallery spaces. Please enjoy any food and drink, including water outside the museum galleries.
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Bags

Store backpacks and large bags in the coat room behind the front desk, located on the main level of the museum galleries opposite the entrance.
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Service Animals

Documented service animals are permitted within the museum and gallery spaces.
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Photos

Non-flash photography is encouraged in the galleries. Tag us! @wsuartmuseum
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Filming

The museum often photographs and films onsite for promotional use. If you do not wish to be filmed or photographed, please inform a staff member.

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Tours and Groups

The museum provides free guided tours to school groups, community organizations and the general public. The tours are approximately forty-five minutes in length, and are facilitated by trained museum staff members. The museum is not required to censor exhibitions, so teachers and parents are encouraged to preview the exhibitions before bringing their classes or children.

Bringing a larger group to the museum? Let us know in advance at artmuse@wsu.edu or call at 509.335.1910