Plan your visit

Gallery and Store Hours

Wednesday – Sunday / 10 am to 6 pm
Thursdays – 10 am to 8 pm
Closed Mondays, Tuesdays and national holidays


The Museum is located at 160 West Liberty Street in downtown Reno.


Purchase tickets at the admission desk or online.

  • $10 General Admission
  • $8 Student/Senior (ages 60 and up)
  • $1 Children 6 to 12 years
  • FREE Nevada Museum of Art Members
  • FREE High school students enrolled in Washoe County School District with valid school I.D.
  • FREE Children 5 and under

Contact Information



Parking is available in the Museum lot as well as in free and metered spaces on nearby streets.

Center for Art + Environment Library

Wednesday - Sunday / 11 am to 2 pm
Additional hours during special events.
Library materials are for reference and research purposes only.

chez louie

A French-inspired eatery located in the Nevada Museum of Art

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» General Information


The Museum kindly requires visitors to check oversized bags, backpacks, shopping bags, and camera bags in the checkroom (located at the admissions desk). The Museum reserves the right to refuse other items.

WiFi Access

Free Wi-Fi access is available in the Donald W. Reynolds Grand Hall and the Center for Art + Environment Library


Due to rights, reproductions and copyright, still photography and videotaping for personal use is not permitted in the galleries. Photography and videotaping is permitted on the ground floor only. No flash or tripods allowed. No photographs or videotapes may be reproduced, distributed, or sold without permission from the Museum.

Cellular Phones

The use of cellular phones is not permitted in the galleries.

Food and Drink

To protect the artwork and furnishings, food and drink are not permitted in the galleries or theater (including water bottles). Food and drink from Café Musée may not be carried into the galleries, theater or other areas.


Smoking is not permitted anywhere within the Museum and only in select areas outside the Museum.

Nightingale Rooftop Gallery

The Nightingale Rooftop Gallery may be closed during inclement weather.


Sketching is permitted in the galleries (pencil only - no ink, pastel, paint, etc.). Easels or other large sketching equipment is not permitted.

» Visitors with Special Needs

The Nevada Museum of Art is committed to enabling all visitors to experience our exhibitions and programs.


All public areas of the Museum are wheelchair accessible and motorized wheelchairs are permitted. Wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis and are located in the checkroom in the lobby. Elevators are located throughout the Museum.

Listening Devices and Sign Language Interpretation

Assistive listening devices are available for programs hosted in the Wayne and Miriam Prim Theater. Sign language interpretation is provided with two weeks advance notice. Please call 775.329.3333 x. 254 for arrangements.

Guide Dogs

Guide dogs are welcome.

» Visiting as a Family

Baby strollers

Baby strollers are permitted at all times. You may also collapse strollers and store them in the checkroom, located behind the admissions desk. Please note that backpacks and large bags are not allowed in the galleries and must be left in the checkroom.

Baby changing stations

Baby changing stations are located in both the women's and men's restrooms.

Food and drink

If you are bringing food and drink from home, please feed your child on the ground floor or Café area. A children's menu is available at Café Musée.

Learn about the exhibitions before you visit

Use our website to explore the exhibitions that might interest your child(ren). A list of current and upcoming exhibitions is available here.

Talk about appropriate museum behavior

Before your visit, remind children not to run inside the Museum, stand on pedestals or artwork, to use a quiet voice and to always stay with an adult. Explain to children that they are not permitted to touch the artwork. This policy is to protect the objects from being damaged and also because our fingers have natural oils that can harm artwork.

What to ask children when looking at art

Children are the best observers and many times see things that adults do not. Ask your children to name colors, describe texture, or list materials that the artist used. Play a game of “seek and find” and ask questions such as What do you see?

» Tours

Guided Tours

The Museum hosts free guided tours (with admission) in English and Spanish. Space is limited to a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are not necessary.

  • Thursday (no tour on the first Thursday of the month) / 6 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday / 1 pm
  • Spanish Language / by reservation with two weeks advance notice at 775.329.3333 x. 253

Group Tours

The Museum welcomes groups by appointment. Group Tours are available for adult guests and school and community groups. All tours are designed to fit each group’s unique interests and needs. Reservations must be made in advance here.

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