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Two adults face away from the viewer looking at a large abstract painting, Francis Picabia's "Edtaonisl (Ecclesiastic)," 1913.

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We’re thrilled to welcome you to our galleries to experience firsthand the beauty and power of art. As you plan your visit, please acquaint yourself with our hours and visiting policies below—and note that proof of COVID-19 vaccination is now required for all visitors ages 5 and up.

Two adults face away from the viewer looking at a large abstract painting, Francis Picabia's "Edtaonisl (Ecclesiastic)," 1913.

Francis Picabia. Edtaonisl (Ecclesiastic), 1913. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Armand Bartos. © 2020 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris.

Members
Only
Public
Monday 10–11 a.m. 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Tuesday–
Wednesday
Closed Closed
Thursday–
Sunday
10–11 a.m. 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.


  • Proof of vaccination—a physical vaccine card, a photocopy of the card, a digital record or app on your phone, or a printed record from a vaccine provider—is required for all visitors 5 and up. Those 16 and over must also show a photo ID.
  • Masks must be worn over your nose and mouth for the entirety of your visit, regardless of your vaccination status.
  • Physical distancing is encouraged in our public spaces, especially in lines and restrooms.
  • Advance ticket purchase is required for the public. Members do not need to reserve tickets.
  • All cafés and restaurants, valet service, and the Member Lounge are currently unavailable.
  • Our checkrooms are currently closed. Pack light, and remember some items—including large bags, backpacks, shopping bags, and food—are not allowed in the galleries.

Choose Your Visiting Time

Want to come when it's less busy? Check this chart to see the time that works for you and your visiting preferences.

Admission

  General Admission   General admission includes access to the museum and all nonticketed exhibitions. Chicago Residents   Proof of Chicago residence—valid ID, lease, bill, or other mail—is required. Illinois Residents   Proof of Illinois residence—valid ID, lease, bill, or other mail—is required. Fast Pass   Fast Pass allows visitors to bypass the general admission lines at entrances and offers expedited access to ticketed special exhibitions.
Adult $25 $20 $22 $35
Seniors (65+) $19 $14 $16 $29
Students $19 $14 $16 $29
Teens (14-17) $19 Free $16 $29
Children Free
Members

The Art Institute of Chicago provides free access to children under 14, Chicago teens under 18, Link and WIC cardholders, and Illinois educators every day, and to Illinois residents on certain days throughout the year. Learn more about free access.

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Accessibility

Two visitors, one in a wheelchair, explore the Modern Wing

The Art Institute of Chicago welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its services accessible to everyone. We offer a range of resources for both adults and children with disabilities.

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Directions

Located in the heart of Chicago—across from Millennium Park and steps from Lake Michigan—the Art Institute welcomes visitors at two entrances.

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Michigan Avenue Entrance

111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60603

Modern Wing Entrance

159 East Monroe Street
Chicago, Illinois 60603

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