Museum admission is always free!
When you visit
The Museum has five gallery floors:
Floor 5 (main entrance): Asian art, plus spectacular views of Ithaca and Cayuga Lake.
Floors 1 & 2 (main entrance, above the lobby): European and American art.
Floor 1L (main entrance, below the lobby): current exhibition (Bartels Gallery)
Floor 2L (below the lobby): Visible storage, the Citrin Photography Center, and current exhibitions (Gold, Moak, Class of 1953, and Schaenen Galleries)
In the Appel Lobby (main entrance), bottled water is available free of charge. A Keurig brewer provides a variety of hot drinks (coffee, tea, and hot chocolate) for $1.00.
Floor 2L connects the wing to the main building. In addition to a separate entrance, the wing's main public floor features a lecture room, a workshop studio, and gallery spaces for exhibitions.
Restrooms are available on Floor 2L in the main building and on the basement level of the wing. Water fountains are on Floors 2 and 2L in the main building, and on the basement level of the wing.
Events After 5 PM
For events and programs that begin after 5:00 p.m., or any that are taking place in the wing's lecture room, visitors should enter through the wing rather than the main building.
For events after 5:00 p.m. and on Saturdays and Sundays, visitors can also park at the Martha Van Rensselaer Hall parking garage. The garage is off Forest Home Drive, about a five-minute walk east of the Museum.