Eiteljorg Museum Policies

Preserving America’s Stories

Eiteljorg Museum Policies Help Us Protect the Life of Our Building and Exhibits

To ensure the safety and longevity of our art and artifacts, the Eiteljorg Museum policies are in place to help us maintain our preservation efforts. Please read the policy outlined below and be sure to follow all rules when visiting the museum.

  • Please do not touch the art.
  • Food and beverages are not allowed in the museum galleries and cannot be held by museum or café staff.
  • Most damage to art is accidental: backpacks, umbrellas, coolers, and large or bulky bags are not allowed in the museum galleries and must be checked at the admission desk. Please review our FAQs for a list of prohibited items.
  • Photography with no flash is allowed for personal use in our permanent galleries unless noted otherwise (i.e. a label may say “no photo” on it). Video is not allowed in permanent galleries.
  • Photography and video is not allowed in our special exhibits unless noted (signs, etc). Tripods are not allowed.
  • All youth 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the museum and on museum property.
  • For the safety and consideration of all visitors, shoes and shirts are required while visiting the museum and the museum grounds.
  • The use of any cigarettes, tobacco, tobacco products, or electronic cigarettes are prohibited inside the building and within 8 feet of any entrance to the museum.
  • Firearms and other weapons are not permitted in the museum.

Wonder why you might feel chilly in the museum or why we ask you not to touch art and artifacts? Learn more about the preservation and conservation of museum objects with our brochure On Guard, and see what it takes to keep our art safe. Protecting collections from deterioration allows us to share with visitors for years to come.

Have questions regarding our policies?