Residents of the City of Chicago receive a discount on tickets purchased in person at the museum. Discounted tickets are $9, MondayThursday; $12, FridaySunday.
There are three ways to order:
1. In personTickets may be purchased at the Art Institute during regular museum hours with cash, travelers check, or credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover). Personal checks are not accepted. An audio tour can be ordered for $6 with each ticket purchased. Ticket can also be purchased in person at Illinois Ticketmaster centers. There is a $3.75 per-ticket convenience fee for each ticket purchased at a ticket center.
2. By phoneCall (312) 9304040, MondayFriday, 8:00 a.m.9:00 p.m.; Saturday, 8:00 a.m.7:00 p.m.; Sunday, 8:00 a.m.6:00 p.m. (CST). There is a $4.25 convenience fee for each ticket purchased by phone and a $2.60 handling fee per order. Tickets may be mailed to you or picked up at the will-call window depending on the date of your order.
3. Online Tickets may be purchased online daily, 8:00 a.m.midnight (CST). There is a $4.25 convenience fee for each ticket purchased online and a $2.60 handlling fee per order. Tickets may be mailed to you or picked up at the will-call window depending on the date of your order.
There are no refunds, exchanges, or resale of tickets. No replacements, refunds, or compensation for lost, stolen, or unused tickets. You must bring your tickets with you when you visit the exhibition.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10:304:30
Become a member of the Art Institute of Chicago and receive free member tickets not only for Rembrandts Journey, but for a second major exhibition, Seurat and the Making of La Grande Jatte (June 16September 19, 2004). Call (312) 575-8000 to join or renew your membership, or click here to purchase a membership online. In the museum, you can join at any one of the membership desks.
GROUP TICKET INFORMATION/SALES
For group tickets and a lecture for 25 people or more (college or adult groups), call (312) 857-7104. For more information click here.
To schedule a student tour, please call (312) 443-3679 or click here.
A 40-minute comprehensive audio tour of the exhibition is available for $5 for members, $6 for the public. The recorded tour may be ordered and pre-paid when ordering tickets or can be purchased with cash at the exhibition entrance.
The audio tour is free to visually impaired visitors, and an enlarged-type transcript of the tour is available for hearing-impaired visitors.
More than 15 hotels are offering special rates for the exhibition. Click here for details.
DINING IN THE MUSEUM
Enjoy a served lunch or snack featuring seasonal flavors in the new Garden Restaurant, open 11:30 a.m.3:00 p.m. daily, closed holidays. The Court Café is open every day until one hour before museum closing, offering a variety of food, including soups, deli sandwiches, carved meats, Italian pies, desserts, and many heart-healthy choices, all in a casual environment. Both restaurants are located on the lower level, near the Columbus Drive entrance.
THE MUSEUM SHOP
Rembrandts Journey: Painter, Draftsman, Etcher exhibition catalogue: 344 pages. Hardcover $60; softcover $35. Click here for more information.
A selection of products related to the exhibition may be found in the Museum Shop, and in a special shop annex located at the exhibition exit. Shop online at www.artinstituteshop.org.
The museum is located at 111 South Michigan Avenue, at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Adams Street, on the eastern edge of Chicagos famous downtown Loop. Click here to see a map and information on parking and public transportation.
January 31April 18, 2004
A selection of prints, drawing, copper plates, and tools demystifies the process that Rembrandt mastered, highlighting his immense creativity and contribution to the history of graphic art. Also, David Jones and his colleagues from Anchor Graphics will provide live demonstrations of the etching technique. For a complete schedule of printmaking demonstrations, call (312) 443-3680 or click here. [LINK to <PDF of flyer: Printmaking Demonstrations: Rembrandts Studio with printmaker schedule>
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
October 26, 2003January 18, 2004
CAPTION: An Allegory: the Phoenix, 1658, etching and drypoint, the Art Institute of Chicago, Clarence Buckingham and Amanda S. Johnson and Marion Livingston endowments, 2001.122