Come and visit the Crocker Museum here in Sacramento, CA

Buy your tickets by clicking the link below and support Black Artists on Art

The Crocker Art Museum is open to the public!

Ticketing and Hours

Current hours:
•Wednesday 10 AM–5 PM
•Thursday 10 AM–9 PM
• Friday 10 AM5PM
•Saturday 10 AM5PM
• Sunday 10 AM5PM

Tickets can be purchased at the Museum admission desk on the day of your visit or you can purchase them ahead of time online.

Current admission prices:
• Members - Free
•Adults - $15
• Seniors, Military and College Students - $10
• Youth (6-17) - $8
• Children 5 and under - Free

Discounted admission is available for seniors, members of the military, and students. Families who present a SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card and a photo ID can now enjoy free general admission for up to four people per EBT card. Reservations are not required. If you would like to make a reservation, use code MUSEUMSFORALL at checkout.

Pay What You Wish Sunday, every third Sunday of the Month, is sponsored by Western Health Advantage

Museums On Us, Bank of America cardholders recieve free admission to the Museum on the first full weekend of every month.

Health and safety
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. To read more about our COVID-19 policies, check out our COVID-19 Safety Requirements page.
Have more questions about your upcoming visit? Check out our FAQ page.


The Crocker is located at 216 O Street in downtown Sacramento. We acknowledge that the Crocker Art Museum is on the traditional land of the Nisenan people, and the current state of California is the homeland of many tribes. We are honored to be here today.

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 Smartphone users can also download the ParkMobile app to find and pay for parking. Be advised that parking prices may change on event nights at Golden 1 Center.

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

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



Protect the Art
We thank you for not touching the art. While we understand the irresistible impulse to touch, there are compelling reasons to resist. 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.

Visitor Photography
The Crocker loves photography! Please take photographs of art in the Crocker permanent collection. We ask that you DO NOT use flash. Many exhibition contracts prohibit photography, so please refrain from taking pictures when you see the no photography symbol. Don't forget to tag us, @crockerart! Professional photography within the Museum requires advance approval.

Food and Drink
Crocker Cafe remains closed and the Museum does not have daily onsite food vendors. Feel free to pack a picnic; the first floor of the Museum is food and drink friendly.

Smile! You're on Camera!
By entering the Crocker Art Museum, you consent to be filmed or photographed, and the creative people in the Marketing Department might use your picture on a billboard or in an advertisement. Inquire at the Museum admission desk to request a copy of the full legal language about our photography and audio-video recording policies.

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