Can I enter the lobby of the Cincinnati Art Museum for free?
I have limited time in Cincinnati and want to walk inside and see the art deco murals without visiting any of the museums. Is that possible without paying?
- bill sLv 510 years agoFavorite Answer
Your general admission to the Cincinnati Art Museum is free every day, made possible by a generous gift from The Richard and Lois Rosenthal Foundation.
Saturday's free admission is made possible by The Thomas J. Emery Free Day Endowment established by Mary Emery in 1906.
Free general admission for children is made possible in part through an endowment established by Cincinnati Financial Corporation/The Cincinnati Insurance Companies. Special education program fees may apply to children.
Entrance and Parking
The Cincinnati Art Museum no longer charges for special exhibitions or general admission and has instated a $4 per vehicle parking charge. Art Museum members and volunteers receive free parking.