Admission for The Brothers Le Nain: Painters of Seventeenth-Cenutry France, on view in the Renzo Piano Pavilion, is as follows:
Half-price Friday evenings (5–8 p.m.)
|Seniors age 60 and over||$12||$6|
|Students with ID||$12||$6|
|Children under 6||Free||Free|
All tickets are nonrefundable and cannot be exchanged. Admission price includes the Acoustiguide Audio Tour. Museum members may purchase an Audio Tour for $3. Admission is always FREE to view the Museum's permanent collection.
SAME-DAY TICKETS are available for purchase at the Visitor Services Desk in the Piano Pavilion Lobby. Cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express are accepted. Checks are not accepted. Acoustiguide Audio Tours are included in all paid admissions and can be picked up near the entrance to the exhibition.
ADVANCE-PURCHASE TICKETS are available for purchase online by clicking Buy Tickets Now. Tickets for a specific date must be purchased at least 24 hours before you wish to attend the exhibition. Advance tickets will be held at Will Call, available for pick-up at the Visitor Services Desk in the Piano Pavilion Lobby. Acoustiguide Audio Tours are included in the price of the ticket and can be picked up near the entrance to the exhibition.
HALF-PRICE ADMISSION TICKETS for Tuesdays and Friday evenings are available for purchase exclusively at the Visitor Services Desk in the Piano Pavilion Lobby. Half-price tickets are not available for advance purchase.
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• Photography is not permitted in special exhibitions. Photography without flash is permitted in the Museum's permanent collection.
• Please allow 12 inches distance from artwork. Do not touch artworks, frames, or cases or point with canes, pencils, or other objects.
• Backpacks, umbrellas, or other bulky items are not allowed in the galleries. Free parcel check is available.
• Baby strollers are not permitted in the galleries at peak times.
• Weapons are not allowed in the Museum (exception: law enforcement officers).
• Seeing-eye dogs and other service animals assisting people with disabilities are the only animals allowed in the Museum.
• Sketching is allowed in the galleries as long as it is in pencil and does not obstruct or interfere with other visitors.
• Unscheduled lecturing to groups is not permitted.
• No food or drinks, including water and baby bottles, are permitted in the Museum galleries.
• Cell phones should be turned to silent mode while in the Museum.
• Tobacco use, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, electronic cigarettes, snuff, and chewing tobacco, is not permitted in the Museum or anywhere on the Museum's grounds.