A message regarding COVID-19
The Museum is currently closed
The Crocker Art Museum is temporarily closed to the public, and all programs, tours, classes, and events through April 30 have been postponed or cancelled. This is a proactive measure to preserve the health and well-being of our visitors and staff and to support the city of Sacramento’s ongoing efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.
We look forward to welcoming visitors back as soon as possible. While you are home, we will do our best to provide fresh ways to engage with art and one another on our social platforms so we can all stay connected. Follow us @crockerart for updates and new content.
We are monitoring the situation, and any further changes and updates to programs or hours will be posted here. For information on cancellations and postponements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and the appropriate staff member will respond. Your health and safety is our primary focus, and we appreciate your continued support and understanding.
Tuesday – Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM
Thursday 10 AM – 9 PM
Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day
FREE for Crocker members
Seniors, college students, and military $8
Youth (6–17) $6
Children (5 and younger) FREE
Every third Sunday is Pay What You Wish Day, sponsored by Western Health Advant
To protect the value of independent membership programs in the region, the Crocker extends reciprocal admission through the North American Reciprocal Museums (NARM) program to applicable members of institutions beyond a 15-mile radius of the Museum and ROAM reciprocal admission to applicable members of institutions beyond a 25-mile radius of the Museum.
Parking is available within walking distance of the Museum, including street parking, parking lots, and public garages. Check parking signage for prices and limitations. For additional information about parking services and SacPark meter pricing, visit sacpark.org. Smartphone users can also download the ParkMobile app to find and pay for parking. Be advised that parking prices may change on event nights at Golden 1 Center.
Bike racks are located in Crocker Park, across the street from the Museum's front door.
The Museum is accessible by Light Rail. Stops at 8th & O streets and at 8th & K streets are the closest. Yolobus 42B also makes stops in walking distance, at Capitol Mall & Front Street, and at Capitol Mall & 7th Street.
Youth and students in grades TK - 12 can ride SacRT for free.
Getting Started at the Crocker
With art ranging from European drawings and Native American ceramics to California paintings and Chinese tomb figures, there is much to discover. If you are hoping to see the whole museum in one visit, we recommend you allow for at least three hours. Maps can be found at the admission desk, and while you're there, you can also ask about docent tours or Story Trail, our museum guide for kids.
Families with small children can feel welcome in the galleries, and if you need a space to play and be active, spend some time in Tot Land on the first floor of the Museum's historic building.
The Crocker is committed to reducing barriers and increasing accessibility to the Museum and art experiences. The Museum is architecturally barrier-free, and there are three elevators that service the three levels of the Museum. Accessible restrooms and drinking fountains are located on each level of the Museum. The Crocker welcomes working service animals that are necessary to assist patrons with disabilities. Services animals must be under control by their handler at all times. Visit this page for more information about our accessible programs and services.
A Touchy Subject
We thank you for not touching the art. While we understand the irresistible impulse to touch, there are compelling reasons to resist. The gentlest contact with a work of art can cause irreversible damage to all kinds of surfaces, even metal and stone. Pressure can cause old paintings to crack. Natural oils, moisture, and dirt in our skin can also result in permanent stains, fingerprints and even the chemical breakdown of canvases and papers, pigments and varnishes.
The Crocker loves photography!
Please feel welcome to take photographs of art in the Crocker’s permanent collection. We ask that you DO NOT use flash. Many exhibition contracts prohibit photography, however, so please refrain from taking pictures when you see the no photography symbol.
Don't forget to tag us! #crockerart
Food and Drink
The Crocker Cafe by Supper Club offers delicious meals and beverages. We hope you'll stay and have a bite. The first floor of the Museum is food and drink friendly. The second and third floors are just friendly. Please remember to keep food and beverages on the first floor only. (Food and drink are also not allowed in the Setzer Foundation Auditorium.)
Smile! You're on camera!
By entering the Crocker Art Museum, you consent to being filmed or photographed, and the creative people in the Marketing Department might use your picture on a billboard or in an advertisement. To request a copy of the full legal language pertaining to our photography and audio-video recording policies, please inquire at the Museum admission desk.
216 O Street Sacramento, CA 95814
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