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Unobtrusive wedding and engagement photography in the museum's galleries, gardens, and public spaces does not require a special permit or fee.
To ensure the safety of our visitors and our works of art, the maximum number of participants, including the photographer and any assistants, may not exceed six (6) visitors.
On occasion, lender restrictions prohibit photography and video in special exhibitions.
We will clearly note when those restrictions apply. Are there restrictions on the type of equipment that is permitted? No, for the safety of the artwork and other patrons, selfie sticks are not allowed.
Please feel free to call (312) 443-3600 prior to your visit if you have specific questions. The museum is closed only three days a year: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. A general admission ticket allows you to see all of the museum's nonticketed special exhibitions. No, members never need tickets and never have to wait in admission lines. Courtesy bags are available to carry valuable items with you. Programs that help you learn about our collection, including tours, are available every day.
Please turn off the sound of cell phones or pagers in the museum. Occasionally exhibitions require an additional charge. Simply show your member card and photo ID to the ticket collectors. Check the calendar for a listing of gallery talks, performances, lectures, and social events. How will I know what artworks I can see during my visit?
The museum is accessible for stroller use; however, strollers may be restricted in special exhibitions due to space limitations and crowd flow. Free hours are offered to Illinois residents every Thursday evening from to p.m. Does a general admission ticket include access to special exhibitions? The museum offers free admission to Illinois residents every Thursday evening from to p.m. They are compatible with t-coil hearing induction loops and free for visually impaired visitors and their escorts. For your safety and the security of our collection, we ask that you check backpacks and any bags larger than 13 x 17 x 4 inches. What if I need stuff that I have in my bag but my bag is over the allowed size?The museum’s photography restrictions and general visitation guidelines (listed above) also apply.If you are interested in learning more about renting a space for a fee, please contact Special Events.How do I arrange a photo shoot or filming at the museum?Members of the media should contact our Department of Public Affairs at (312) 443-3363 or [email protected] arrange shoots for still photography and film. Sketching with pencils only is allowed in all galleries including special exhibitions, provided there are no restrictions by lenders.