Museum admission is free.

Plan Your Visit

We are pleased to welcome you back into the Museum with expanded health and safety protocols. In the interest of your personal safety and community health, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) is working diligently to ensure a seamless and contact-free Museum experience. Learn what to expect on your future visit, below.


Social Distancing

  • Social distancing is encouraged and easy to maintain in CAMH’s spacious galleries.

 


Face Coverings

  • Face masks are encouraged when in the Museum for all visitors three years of age and older.
  • The Museum will provide free masks available at the front desk.

 


Wellness

  • Washing your hands and using hand sanitizer before arriving and throughout your visit is encouraged.
  • Persons who are feeling ill or who have been exposed to COVID-19 within the past two weeks are asked to visit at a later date.

 

Museum Hours

Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed

 

Update: As of Wednesday, May 4, 2022, CAMH’s galleries will be closed for the installation of Amoako Boafo: Soul of Black Folks. The Museum will reopen with regular visiting hours on Friday, May 27, 2022. View our calendar of upcoming programs and events here.

 

Admission

Admission to CAMH is always free due to the generosity of our members and donors.

Holiday Hours

Juneteenth — Closed
Independence Day — Closed
Thanksgiving Eve — Closed
Thanksgiving — Closed
Christmas Eve — Closed
Christmas — Closed
New Year’s Eve — Closed
New Year’s — Closed

Holiday hours vary annually based on when they fall on the calendar.

In the Galleries and Online

In-Person Tours

CAMH’s tours are designed to cultivate critical and flexible thinking. Tours are for visitors of all ages, backgrounds, and interests. Tours are discussion-based and led by a member of CAMH’s esteemed FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Team. Contact tours@camh.org or fill out the attached form to request a tour.

Virtual Tours

CAMH’s tours are designed to cultivate critical and flexible thinking. Even if you are not able to bring your group or students to the Museum in-person, we can still meet virtually and show you around our galleries. CAMH’s tours are designed to cultivate critical and flexible thinking. Virtual tours are for visitors of all ages, backgrounds, and interests. Contact tours@camh.org or fill out the attached form to request a tour.

Educational Outreach Series

Are you interested in a synchronous learning opportunity with CAMH? Or want to share more resources with your students about contemporary art, artists, and ideas? Check out our Educational Outreach series, designed to bring the Museum’s galleries to classrooms. Each video includes activities that focus on our past and current exhibitions and are available for K–12th grade.

Getting Here

CAMH is conveniently located in the Museum District.

 

Things to Do

CAMH is one of 19 organizations that make up Houston’s vibrant Museum District. Located within a 1.5-mile radius of the Mecom Fountain, Houston’s Museum District includes not only CAMH but the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), The Menil Collection, the Houston ZooLawndale Art Center, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and many, many more. Spend the day in Houston’s Museum District!

To plan your stay in Houston, go to visithoustontexas.com.

Places to Eat

From the weekly food trucks to the local restaurants, there is something for everyone in the Museum District! Within walking distance of CAMH, you can find several restaurants serving a wide variety of cuisines, including Barnaby’s, Bodega’s Taco Shop, Pondi Café, Lucille’s, Cafe Leonelli at MFAH, MF Sushi, The Monarch at the Hotel Zaza, and Pinewood Cafe.

For more information on the curated selection of food trucks at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, click here.

Where to Stay

The Hotel Zaza is situated in the heart of the Museum District and features a beautiful art collection, delicious restaurant, and luxurious spa. The Museum District is also conveniently located near the Medical District, Downtown, and Midtown—each has a variety of hotel options.

For more information about hotels near the Museum District, go to visithoustontexas.com/hotels or houstonhotels.org.

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