Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
Skip the line! Advance tickets are recommended for all museum visitors. Walk-ups are always welcome.
Masking in the museum is optional. Social distancing is encouraged for all visitors. By purchasing a ticket to join MASS MoCA’s visitors, staff, and artists at the museum, you agree to follow this Courtesy Code while you’re on campus. Vaccinations are not required for entry to the museum galleries. Read our full COVID-19 FAQ here.
Museum admission is free for MASS MoCA members; members can reserve their free admission tickets before arriving by logging in. Not yet a member? Become one here.
JAMES TURRELL & LAURIE ANDERSON
Reservations are required for James Turrell’s Perfectly Clear and Hind Sight; there is no additional charge, but advanced reservations are required. Reservations are not required to view the other works on view in the exhibition James Turrell: Into the Light.
C.A.V.U.: James Turrell’s C.A.V.U. (Skyspace) is open during museum hours with no reservations required. Please note, due to ongoing maintenance on C.A.V.U.’s oculus, dawn and dusk experiences are suspended until further notice.
Reservations are required to experience Laurie Anderson and Hsin-Chien Huang’s two virtual reality works, To the Moon and Chalkroom; there is no additional charge, but advanced reservations are required.
Kidspace, MASS MoCA’s child-centric gallery (that adults love!), is always free with no reservations required.
ENJOY MASS MoCA & NORTH ADAMS
Museum hours are Wednesdays-Mondays, 10am-5pm, and we hope you’ll make a day of it. Be sure to visit the other spots across our museum campus (including coffee and beer) and don’t forget to walk downtown North Adams too: on the way, you’ll enjoy Downstreet Park, hosting Martin Puryear’s monumental Big Bling sculpture.