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

We are open! Tuesday – Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

We close for WSU university holidays and breaks.

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.


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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.

Pay to Park with AMP App

To park on campus, visitors are encouraged to download the AMP Park app to pay for parking.

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