We Are Open

Visiting the Museum

We’re excited for guests to safely participate in select programming at the Museum. Expect procedures including face mask requirements regardless of vaccination status, reduced program capacity to support social distancing, regular sanitization and cleaning.

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Tue, Oct 19
Meijer Free Day
12:00 pm — 6:00 pm
Wed, Oct 20
Thu, Oct 21
Meijer Free Night
12:00 pm — 9:00 pm
Fri, Oct 22
10:00 am — 4:00 pm
Sat, Oct 23
10:00 am — 4:00 pm
Sun, Oct 24
Mon, Oct 25




Seniors 62+ / Students
With ID




5 and Under


For more information contact Visitor Services at 616.831.1000 or info@artmuseumgr.org.

Advance Tickets

Guests are encouraged to reserve their admission tickets online prior to arrival. Members receive free admission. Thank you for helping us provide touch-free ticketing!

Please note:

  • GRAM will temporarily operate on a cash-free basis for visitors purchasing tickets on-site. Thank you!

If you need any assistance with online ticketing, please contact Visitor Services at 616.831.1000 or info@artmuseumgr.org

Visitor Guidelines

    Face Masks

    Based on current guidance from the CDC and effective Friday, August 6, face masks are required for all museum visitors while indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Masks will be available for those who do not have one.

    One-Way Traffic

    GRAM will temporarily operate with a one-way traffic flow to limit guests’ paths crossing as well as limit the number of physical touchpoints.

    Hand Sanitizer

    Hand sanitizer stations will be accessible at all entrances as well as in common gallery spaces. 

    Increased Cleaning

    Cleaning will be increased to include routine cleaning of all high traffic and high touch areas and surfaces as well as daily deep cleans when closed to the public.

    Touch-free Ticketing

    GRAM is providing touch-fee interactions at the Visitor Services desk. Visitors are encourage to reserve online timed tickets before their arrival.


Free & Reduced Admission Programs

    Meijer Free Tuesdays and Meijer Free Thursday Nights are made possible by The Meijer Foundation. This gift supports free admission for the public from 12 – 6 pm each Tuesday and free general admission Thursday Nights from 5 – 9 pm.

    In partnership with Museums for All, GRAM offers free admission to EBT cardholders and up to 3 guests. Please present your EBT card at the front desk to receive this offer.

    GRAM is proud to be a Blue Star Museum and offers free admission to active duty military personnel and their family year-round.

    KCAD students and GRCC students and faculty receive free general admission to GRAM year-round. Students from any school or university receive discounted admission when they present their active student ID at the Museum’s front desk. GRCC Students can present their Raider Card and a GoSeeGR! voucher to receive this benefit. Vouchers are available for pickup in the Student Life Office at GRCC.

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Directions & Location

GRAM is located at the heart of downtown Grand Rapids in the world’s first LEED® Gold-certified museum. Our address is:
101 Monroe Center St NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

    Due to current construction downtown, there are a few sidewalk closures near the Museum, including the intersections of Monroe Center + Ottawa Ave and Louis St. + Ottawa Ave. For wheelchair accessible parking and entrance to the Museum, we suggest street parking on Louis St. as available or parking in the Louis Campau parking ramp.

    If you have any questions about parking, please reach out to Visitor Services at 616.831.1000.

    While GRAM does not have private parking available, many public parking lots are located directly adjacent to the Museum. Various city lots do offer the first hour of parking free, and the closest one is the Monroe Center Parking Ramp, located on the corner of Louis Street and Ionia. We are glad to validate parking for GRAM members at the Dual Level or above. Metered parking is located throughout downtown and near GRAM.

Know Before You Go

    GRAM invites guests to bring their own meals to enjoy on the outdoor dining terrace or inside in the Member Lounge. Monroe Center and the surrounding area offers a vast array of local cuisine and wonderful restaurants.

    GRAM is committed to connecting visitors with all abilities to the world of art through a wide variety of accessible services. All public areas of GRAM are wheelchair accessible. Elevators and ramps allow mobility to all floors and public areas of the Museum.

    For more information contact Visitor Services at 616.831.1000 or info@artmuseumgr.org.


    All GRAM restrooms are wheelchair accessible. Restrooms with changing tables are located on the first-floor lobby and Mezzanine level.

    Wheelchairs, Mobility Devices, and Walkers
    • GRAM welcomes walkers, wheelchairs (manual and electric), and scooters. 
    • All public entrances are wheelchair accessible with power assist doors. 
    • The entrance on Monroe Center is street level and is recommended for wheelchairs, walkers, and other mobility devices. There is a sidewalk ramp on Monroe Center, between Rosa Parks Circle and GRAM for a convenient drop-off location. 
    • To access the Education Center, we recommend using the Louis Street entrance, which is street level.
    • Wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first come, first served basis and without reservations at the Visitor Services Desk. 
    Service Animals

    GRAM welcomes service animals. GRAM adheres to the American Disabilities Act Service Animal Requirements. Visit adata.org to view the most recent revised ADA Service Animal Requirements.

    Auditorium and Gallery Seating

    GRAM’s auditorium offers flexible seating arrangements and plenty of room for wheelchairs and other accommodations. Please feel free to notify Visitor Services of any special needs prior to attending lectures and presentations. Permanent seating is available in most galleries. Portable gallery stools are available; please ask Visitor Services for assistance.

    Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)

    Audio in the auditorium is T‑Coil compatible. Other assisted hearing devices are available for lectures, presentations, and films in the auditorium. Assisted hearing devices are free of charge and available on a first come, first served basis and without reservations.

    GRAM Accessibility Sponsors

    Stephanie and Jack Neal
    Rehab and Mobility Systems, LLC
    Airway Oxygen

    From young children to older adults there is something for everyone at GRAM!

    GRAM hosts Drop-In Studio every Saturday afternoon from 1 to 4 pm. Drop in during that time to participate in art making activities click here for more information about upcoming projects. Drop-In Studio is included in the price of general admission.

    Backpacks and large bags are not permitted in the galleries. GRAM offers a complimentary coat and bag check at the front desk for guests to store their belongings while visiting.

    Here are a few things to think about as you enjoy what we have on view.

    Please do:
    • Check backpacks, large bags, long umbrellas, and balloons in at the front desk.
    • Walk to enjoy the artwork. Running and jumping are not allowed in the galleries. 
    • Share your visit on social media! Geotag or hashtag #grandrapid­sart­mu­seum on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter 
    • Check for signs near artwork for instructions on artwork which may or may not be photographed. If you have any questions, please ask a Visitor Services associate.
    Please do not:
    • Use flash in the galleries when photographing. 
    • Touch the art with your hands or other objects. 
    • Consume food, beverages, candy or gum in the galleries. 
    • Smoke on the premises. 
    • Have pens in the galleries. If you need a writing utensil, pencils are available at the front desk.

    GRAM offers many ways for groups of 10 or more to experience the Museum’s collections and stunning exhibitions. Choose from either a self-guided experience or a guided tour led by one of our highly dedicated and knowledgeable docents. Tours can be adjusted for any age level. Groups can also choose to add optional activities to their visit such as artmaking workshops and a space to eat lunch, based on availability. Groups receive discounted group admission.

    GRAM invites you to take pictures for personal use to remember your visit with us. However, in order to protect the art and copyright adherence, we do have a few restrictions. Photography is not permitted in areas designated as No Photography Zones. Flash photography and tripods are never allowed.