Tali Alisa Hafoka's exhibition Carried Across on view now in the Street Gallery

Visit

$8 Suggested Donation

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Closed

Closed

Closed

11am–6pm

11am–6pm

11am–9pm

11am–6pm

The Museum is closed on Christmas Eve & Christmas Day, December 24 & 25; New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day, December 31 & January 1.

Directions

Parking

  • Metered parking is readily available on West Temple and 100 South between West Temple and Main Street.
  • Free: The first 2 hours of parking at City Creek Center Mall are free.
  • Paid parking is available at the Marriott Hotel across the street on West Temple.
  • Paid parking is available at the Plaza Hotel across the street on South Temple near the TRAX station.

TRAX

Take Trax! When you depart from the Temple Square Station, we’re less than half a block from the station on West Temple.

Bike

Ride a bike! There is ample bike parking in front of the Museum.

Accessibility

We are committed to providing a positive and memorable art experience for all our visitors.  

Navigating the Museum

The Museum is ADA accessible. We suggest parking on the street in front of the Museum, or in an accessible parking spot in the City Creek parking garage on West Temple (the garage parking is free for 2 hours, then $2 for each additional hour). If you park in the garage, you will use the crosswalk on West Temple to get to the Museum. 

The Museum entrance includes a curved ramp with a slight incline. 

 The lobby, Art Shop, Projects Gallery, Street Gallery, Codec Gallery, and accessible gender-inclusive restrooms are all on the main level. 

The Main Gallery, A.I.R. Space Gallery, and Exit Gallery are on the lower level. There is an elevator just beyond the lobby Coat Check.  

Wheelchairs are available for check out at the front desk. 

Audio Levels

Our exhibitions rotate every other month and often include audio elements. Please call the front desk to inquire about the noise levels in our current exhibitions, as well as to make accommodations if you anticipate the audio might be distracting. 

Service Animals

Service animals specifically trained to aid a person with a disability are welcome at the Museum. 

Requesting Accommodations/Further Questions

For further accessibility-related questions, including for visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing, and those who are blind or visually impaired, please call Visitor Services at 801-328-4201. 

 For tour and field trip requests, contact our Educator at umocaeducation@gmail.com