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    Open today 10–11 a.m. members | 11 a.m.–6 p.m. public. Learn more.

    Two adults face away from the viewer looking at a large abstract painting, Francis Picabia's "Edtaonisl (Ecclesiastic)," 1913.



    We’re now open and thrilled to welcome you back to the galleries once again. As you plan your visit, please acquaint yourself with our hours and visiting policies below.

    Two adults face away from the viewer looking at a large abstract painting, Francis Picabia's "Edtaonisl (Ecclesiastic)," 1913.

    Francis Picabia. Edtaonisl (Ecclesiastic), 1913. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Armand Bartos. ? 2020 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris.

    Monday 10–11 a.m. 11 a.m.–6 p.m.
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    10–11 a.m. 11 a.m.–6 p.m.

    • Face coverings worn over the nose and mouth are required for your entire museum visit.
    • A six-foot distance must be maintained from those not part of your visiting group.
    • Advance ticket purchase is required for the public. Members do not need to reserve tickets.
    • Anyone feeling unwell should postpone their visit for another time.
    • Our checkrooms are currently closed. Pack light, and remember some items—including large bags, backpacks, shopping bags, and food—are not allowed in the galleries.
    • Our amenities are temporarily limited: all restaurants, valet service, the Member Lounge, the libraries, and the Ryan Learning Center are currently unavailable.
    • Some galleries may have limited capacity or be temporarily closed.
    • Be mindful to follow directional signage, including designated entrances and exits.
    • The Monet and Bisa Butler exhibitions have virtual lines. Check in at the exhibition entrances to reserve your spot in line.

    Museum Capacity

    In accordance with city guidelines, the museum is operating at 25% capacity. To help you plan your visit, this chart illustrates the museum's popular times.

    Please also note that some exhibitions, including Monet and Chicago, have virtual lines to limit capacity in those spaces. Visit the exhibition pages to learn more and see wait times.


      General Admission   General admission includes access to the museum and all nonticketed exhibitions. Chicago Residents   Proof of Chicago residence—valid ID, lease, bill, or other mail—is required. Illinois Residents   Proof of Illinois residence—valid ID, lease, bill, or other mail—is required. Fast Pass   Fast Pass allows visitors to bypass the general admission lines at entrances and offers expedited access to ticketed special exhibitions.
    Adult $25 $20 $22 $35
    Seniors (65+) $19 $14 $16 $29
    Students $19 $14 $16 $29
    Teens (14-17) $19 Free $16 $29
    Children Free

    The Art Institute of Chicago provides free access to children under 14, Chicago teens under 18, Link and WIC cardholders, and Illinois educators every day, and to Illinois residents on certain days throughout the year. Learn more about free access.

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    Two visitors, one in a wheelchair, explore the Modern Wing

    The Art Institute of Chicago welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its services accessible to everyone. We offer a range of resources for both adults and children with disabilities.

    Learn more about accessibility


    Located in the heart of Chicago—across from Millennium Park and steps from Lake Michigan—the Art Institute welcomes visitors at two entrances.

    Map showing the Art Institute of Chicago's location within Chicago

    Michigan Avenue Entrance

    111 South Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, Illinois 60603

    Modern Wing Entrance

    159 East Monroe Street
    Chicago, Illinois 60603

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