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PLAN YOUR VISIT

FREE ADMISSION

Admission to the Museum is always free, as is entrance to all current exhibitions and upcoming events. Pre-booking is not required, with the exception of certain limited events.

SUMMER HOURS*

Monday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Tuesday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Wednesday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Thursday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Friday: 10 AM - 9 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Closed Sunday

*Our Summer schedule began on April 29 and will last until late August. During BYU's Fall and Winter Semesters, the MOA will be open until 9 PM on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

Holiday and Event Closure

Independence Day Closure

The Museum will be closed on July 4 for Independence Day.

Pioneer Day Closure

The Museum will be closed on July 24 for Pioneer Day.

Partial Day Event Closure

The Museum will not open until 2:30 PM on August 28 due to a University event.

Labor Day Closure

The Museum will be closed on Monday, September 2 for Labor Day.

General Conference Closure

The Museum will be closed on Saturday, October 5 due to General Conference.
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Making the Most of Your Visit

The MOA offers a wide variety of breathtaking, nuanced exhibitions to ensure that everyone who visits will find something to connect with, whether it’s an inspiring religious scene, a stunning landscape, or an abstract exploration. We encourage you to browse our events calendar to see what may be going on during your visit. These include expert lectures, art creation activities for children, live music performances, and more. There are also activities and guides you can access online whenever you visit to enhance your experience. And before you’re finished, make sure you drop by the MOA Store to pickup a souvenir, such as fine art print of one of the pieces you’ve seen!

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Museum Etiquette

Whether you’re a first-time guest or a season museum-goer, we hope every visit to the BYU Museum of Art is a wonderful experience. To help you have a safe and fulfilling visit, here are a few useful tips.

  • Unless otherwise indicated, all artwork is a touch-free, hands-free experience. Please maintain a minimum of 18 inches distance between you and any artworks.
  • To preserve the condition of the art, backpacks and other large bags are not allowed in the galleries. A secure coat and bag check is free for visitors. Please ask the Front Desk for help.
  • Food and drink are not allowed in the galleries. Food and drink from the MOA Café must remain in the Café.
  • Personal use non-flash photography and video from phones is acceptable unless otherwise indicated (and we invite you to tag us in your photos!). SLR cameras, tripods, selfie-sticks, and other stabilizing equipment is NOT permitted without prior authorization. All film or photography requests should be made to the Museum Communications Department using this form. Please submit your request at least two weeks in advance.
  • Sketching in the galleries is not permitted without prior approval from the Registration Department.
  • We love when families and children visit the museum! Parents and caregivers—please keep an eye on your little ones so they don’t get lost…or so lost in the artwork that they accidentally touch it.
  • Firearms and weapons are prohibited on BYU campus, including the Museum of Art.
  • Animals are not permitted in the museum with the exception of trained service dogs.
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Visitor Parking

Free visitor parking is available near the Museum’s northeast entrance on North Campus Drive and in any available visitor lot on the BYU campus. Buses may drop off in front of the MOA, but must park in the lot southeast of Lavell Edwards Stadium. More information about parking and directions to the Museum are available by calling the Museum at 801-422-8287.

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Contact Us

Information Desk: (801) 422-8287
Administration: (801) 422-8257
MOA Store: (801) 422-8214 or 877-266-5053
Museum Cafe: (801) 422-6990

Current Exhibitions

Of Souls and Sacraments

Symbol and Context in Christian Art
Open through February 2025

From the Vault

American Highlights and Recent Acquisitions
Open through August 17, 2024

Counterpoint

Selections from the MOA Collection from the 1960s and Beyond
Open through December 7, 2024

Reconciliation

Biblical Imagination in German Expressionist Prints
Open through October 19, 2024

Off Kilter, On Point

Art of the 1960s from Colorado State University
Open through December 7, 2024

Upcoming Events:

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Utah Museum Month 2024

Monday, July 01 - Wednesday, July 31
The Utah Museums Association invites you to see as many museums as you can in July!
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Music at the MOA: Canticum Lucis

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Friday, August 09
Join Canticum Lucis at the MOA for a presentation of modern music on the theme of flight and ascension.
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Art After Dark

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday, September 20
Art After Dark returns September 20! Details to be announced.
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Notice: Visitors to the Museum may be filmed, photographed, or recorded by the BYU Museum of Art during their visit for educational and promotional uses, including for posting on the BYU Museum of Art website, social media pages, etc.