The Kreeger Museum is temporarily closed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. 

We are closely monitoring the guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and the District of Columbia. Programs and events through May have been cancelled or postponed. All updates will be posted to our website.

Please visit us online for now.

We look forward to seeing you when we reopen.


Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 4 pm 
Closed Sunday and Monday, and federal holidays.

Suggested Donation

Adults: $10
Students/Seniors/Military: $8
Members: Free

Docent Tours

Tuesday - Friday: 10:30 am and 1:30 pm
Saturday:              10:30 am, noon, and 2:00 pm

Tours last approximately 60 minutes and are subject to docent availability.

Tours in Spanish, French, Armenian, Farsi, Hebrew, Danish, Dutch, and Swedish are available upon request, based on docent availability. Please call the Museum with requests.

Getting Here

A limited amount of free parking is available in the Museum's parking lot. 

The closest Metro stop is Tenleytown-AU and the nearest bus stops are on the D5, D6, and M4 lines.

Storing Personal Items

Umbrellas, large bags, and backpacks are not permitted in the galleries. These items must be stored in the coat closet or left in your vehicle. We are not able to store luggage.

Notebooks, sketchpads, pens, pencils, and markers are not permitted in the galleries.

Strollers are not permitted inside the Museum, but are welcome in the Sculpture Garden.

Group Visits

Adult and university groups can arrange a docent-led or self-guided tour. Groups of 10 or more must make reservations in advance. Call (202) 337-3050 x310 or email to schedule a group visit. A non-refundable check or credit card  of $10 per person ($8 for seniors 65+ and students) is due two weeks in advance of a scheduled tour. More information is available here.


Non-flash photography for personal use is allowed at the Museum, except where otherwise noted. No photoshoots or commercial photography are permitted anywhere in the Museum or on Museum grounds. Tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, separate/detachable flash units, or other large photographic accessories are not allowed


The main level of the Museum, Sculpture Terrace, and restrooms are wheelchair accessible. A limited number of wheelchairs are available to use. Please note that a companion is needed to push wheelchairs. Paved portions of the Sculpture Garden are wheelchair accessible, and can be accessed via the Garden Gate in the forecourt.

Reaching the lower galleries requires navigating approximately 30 stairs, and a wheelchair is available for use in the lower level galleries. There is no elevator.

Please call to reserve a wheelchair or if you have any concerns or special needs. We will make every effort to accommodate them.