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Planning Your Visit

#ChryslerMay10

The Chrysler Museum of Art will reopen at 10 a.m. on May 10, 2014.

By becoming a Member, you'll gain access to our exclusive pre-opening party on Friday, May 9.

Our renovation will create a sparkling new cafe, new gardens, increased accessibility, expanded Wi-Fi—and dozens of reinvented galleries.

Here's a preview of the art coming on view.

Glass Studio And Moses Myers House Still Open

Our Glass Studio offers free daily demonstrations, classes ranging from beginner to advanced, appearances by visiting artists, and glass art as performance art.

The Moses Myers House offers a vivid look at merchant life two centuries ago, and features a special conceptual art installation called Adeline's Portal. Our other historic property, the Willoughby-Baylor House, will be closed until Summer 2014.

We'll Be Open Different Days and Hours After Our Reopening

We will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays, upon reopening.

Starting in June, on the Third Thursday of every month, we will be open until 10 p.m. for special events and programming.

To keep up with our activities even when our main building is closed, see our Events Calendar.

Same Location Has A New Address

Come visit.

In a world of modern GPS systems, our old address of 245 W. Olney Road directed visitors to a back corner as far away from the front door as possible. Our new address, One Memorial Place, faces the Hague. Click the image for more information from Google Maps, and to see how the building looked when the entrance was backwards to the water, click here.

Expect a Warm Welcome by our Gallery Hosts

When visiting the Chrysler, if you have a question or need assistance, find the people wearing light blue. Our Gallery hosts were a big reason we were one of six museums profiled in the book Magnetic Museums, and for some insight into the type of person who becomes a Gallery Host, start with how they approach Halloween.

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You Can Ride The Tide

Come visit

All aboard for the York Street/Freemason Station! That's the stop closest to the Museum, and you'll be at the Glass Studio after a really brief walk. Our Museum and parking lots are right across the street from the Studio.