Plan Your Visit 

Plan Your Visit
Museum Hours
Wednesday10:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday10:00am – 9:00pm
Friday10:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday10:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday10:00am – 5:00pm
Crocker Art Museum
216 O Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

Welcome! We look forward to seeing you soon.

Experience innovative interactions with art at the Crocker Art Museum. With three floors and 15 unique gallery spaces to explore, discover a diverse collection of art that spans centuries, continents, and cultures. There is always something surprising to find at the Crocker! 

Purchase tickets at the Museum admission desk on the day of your visit or ahead of time online.  Crocker Art Museum members receive free admission, as well as free or discounted rates on many programs and classes.


Getting Here

The Crocker is located at 216 O Street in downtown Sacramento, just steps from the Capitol Mall and the Riverfront Promenade.

Drive Here

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 SacParkmeter pricing, visit

Download the ParkMobile app to find and pay for parking.

Bike Here

Bike racks are located around the Museum's main entrance.

Public Transportation

The Museum is accessible by Light Rail. Stops at 7th Street and Capitol and 8th and K Street are the closest. Yolobus 42B also makes stops within walking distance at Capitol Mall and Front Street and Capitol Mall and 7th Street. Youth and students in grades TK - 12 can ride SacRT for free.


Museum Store

Uncover thought-provoking objects, wearable art, and artisanal gifts in the Museum Store.

Kid Friendly

Grab a Family Adventure Guide and set off through the Crocker’s galleries and interactive play spaces.

Museum Tours

Journey into art on view with a guided tour! Knowledgeable docents give an inside look at the art on view and the history of the Museum.

Enjoy artful dishes crafted with unique ingredients from Majka at the Crocker while taking in the sights and sounds of Friedman Court.

Multilingual Services

Take a guided Museum tour in ASL, Cantonese, French, Mandarin, or Spanish. Please reserve at least two weeks in advance.

Gerald S. Hansen Library

Examine the art historical archives in the Gerald Hansen Library.

Visitor Guidelines

Art Etiquette
Visitor Photography
Food and Drinks
You're on Camera
Health and Safety

Thank you for not touching the art so that it may be enjoyed by generations to come!

Did you know, 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 result in permanent stains, fingerprints, and even the chemical breakdown of canvases, papers, pigments, and varnishes.

The Crocker loves photography! Please take photographs throughout the Museum and share your art-ventures with us on social media @crockerart / #crockerart. We ask that you DO NOT use flash and to refrain from taking photos in exhibitions with the “no photography” symbol, as some exhibition contracts prohibit photography.

Please note that all photoshoots and professional photography within the Museum require advance approval. We are not currently booking photoshoots, but check back later for updates.

Enjoy the delicious fare from Majka at the Crocker on the first floor of the Museum in Friedman Court or just across the street at one of the picnic tables in Crocker Park, but please leave personal food and drinks at home when visiting the Museum. Closed water bottles are allowed, but packed lunches and other snacks are not permitted.

To protect the art and prevent unwanted visitors like insects and rodents, no food or drinks are allowed in the galleries or inside the Setzer Foundation Auditorium.

Many of our programs and events are photographed for marketing purposes. Therefore, it is possible a photograph with your image will be used to promote the Museum digitally or in print. If you do not want to be photographed, you may request a sticker to wear during your visit to help ensure you are not included in these marketing materials.

The Museum no longer requires masks while visiting. We support those who wish to continue to mask indoors including those who are immunocompromised or otherwise concerned. Masks are strongly encouraged for those who are unvaccinated, and for all visitors in small or enclosed spaces.