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Museum Admission Advance tickets recommended

Open Weds-Mon, 10am-5pm

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  • Wednesday-Mon, 10am-5pm
    Closed Tuesdays

    Free for Members
    $25 Adults
    $22 Seniors / Veterans
    $15 Students with ID
    $10 Kids (6–16)

Skip the line! Advance tickets are recommended for all museum visitors. Walk-ups are always welcome.

In-person discounts are available, check to see if you are eligible.

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.

Save on tickets to The Plastic Bag Store when you purchase together with MASS MoCA gallery admission. This immersive, multimedia experience by artist Robin Frohardt uses humor, craft, and a critical lens to question our culture of consumption and convenience — specifically, the enduring effects of single-use plastics. Now playing in Building 1. Learn more about The Plastic Bag Store here.

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. Limited reservations for James Turrell: C.A.V.U. (Skyspace) at dawn and dusk are available on a rolling basis. 

Reservations are no longer required to experience Laurie Anderson’s Chalkroom and To the Moon. Please inquire at the exhibit about availability on the day of your visit. Visitors will be attended to on a first come, first served basis. Please note: Kids must be 10 and older to experience the virtual reality works.

kelli rae adams
Artist kelli rae adams will be on site to facilitate participation in her project Forever in Your Debt and talk with visitors. To realize her vision for this work addressing the student debt crisis, adams invites museum patrons to contribute their collected household change to the installation. Those who offer enough mixed coin to fill a bowl will be registered to receive one of the handmade vessels from the installation once the project is complete. Learn more and see upcoming dates here.

Kidspace, MASS MoCA’s child-centric gallery (that adults love!), is always free with no reservations required.

Museum hours are Wednesday-Monday, 10am–5pm, and we hope you’ll make a day of it. Be sure to visit the other spots across our museum campus 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.