Museum Hours

The Crocker Art Museum is currently closed by order of the State of California.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has placed museums in the same category as card rooms, indoor dining, wineries and tasting rooms, bars, movie theaters, and family entertainment centers. The California Association of Museums is working diligently to appeal this designation.

Nonetheless, we are prepared to reopen. To ensure a safe visit, new protocols have been established following recommendations and guidelines from Sacramento County Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control. Please read this page fully before your arrival. Additionally, many exhibitions have shifted, so be sure to visit our exhibitions page for the most up-to-date schedule.

Ticketing and modified hours
When we reopen, Museum hours will be Thursday - Sunday, 10 AM - 5 PM. For your health and comfort, visitor entries will be limited. For this reason, advance timed tickets will be necessary to reserve an arrival time.

Health and safety
In compliance with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s public health orders requiring the use of face coverings in public buildings, masks will be required for all guests who are able to safely wear them. Front-line staff and security guards will wear face shields or cloth face coverings as well. Plexiglass partitions have been installed at the visitor services desk.

Cleaning and disinfecting have been significantly increased throughout the building, including on high-touch surfaces like door handles, bathroom fixtures, and elevator buttons. Hand sanitizer stations will be placed at the Museum’s entry and in other locations throughout the Museum.

We ask that you practice safe social distancing while at the Museum and stay home if you are not feeling well.

Please note the following changes to on-site amenities:
Virtual offerings will continue until in-person tours, programs, and events can safely resume. Tot Land is closed, and shared materials such as gallery activities and Story Trail books and quilts are temporarily unavailable. The Museum will open without food service.

The Crocker is located at 216 O Street in downtown Sacramento.

The Museum is situated on the traditional land of the Nisenan people, and California is the homeland of many tribes. We are honored to be here today.

FREE for Crocker members
Adults $12
Seniors, college students, and military $8
Youth (6–17) $6
Children (5 and younger) FREE

Reciprocal admission
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 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 parking
Bike racks are located in Crocker Park, across the street from the Museum's front door.

Light Rail
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 and other resources can be found at the admission desk.

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.

Visitor Photography
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 first floor of the Museum is food and drink friendly, but when face coverings and masks are required for health reasons, we ask that you enjoy your refreshments outside. Please remember to keep food and beverages on the first floor only.

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.

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