OPENING PROTOCOLS FOR THE MIDWEST MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
Effective June 16, 2020
In accordance with Executive Order 20-32 Back on Track Indiana: Stage 4, museums are permitted to open up to 50% capacity provided social distancing can be achieved and maintained. MMAA will re-open on Tuesday, June 16, 2020.
Plan Your Visit
Tuesday – Friday 10:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Closed all Mondays and Holidays. Certain Galleries may be closed for installation of special exhibits.
The Midwest Museum of American Art is closed:
September 5-7, 2020
October 4-9, 2020
November 26-27, 2020
December 24-26, 2020
December 31, 2020
January 1-7, 2021
$6. Ages 8-12
$8. Ages 13-18
$8. College Students (with ID)
Half Off Admission
During Noontime Talks
every Thursday (noon to 1:00 PM)
Downtown Elkhart is a vibrant, diverse, and unique community. The Gateway Mile features a wide variety of amenities; beautiful parks, the scenic Riverwalk, boutique shops, fabulous restaurants, cozy coffee shops, architecture, and exciting festivals. Come and visit Downtown Elkhart and see for yourself why so many choose to Live-Work-Play in Elkhart’s downtown.
In order to protect and preserve our cultural legacy we politely ask you not to photograph any works of art. Some works of art are on extended loan or special loan to temporary exhibits from private sources. For us to remain in compliance with those who have loaned artwork to the Midwest Museum of American Art photographing works of art is not permitted. In some cases, special permission may be granted to students & educators. Please feel free to inquire with Museum Staff.
No flash and no tripods or selfie-sticks are allowed.
Photographers are responsible for securing necessary copyright permission.
Individuals or institutions desiring publication-quality photographs should submit such requests to the Midwest Museum of American Art Director or Curator.
Disclaimer for website:
Images maintained on this website are subject to copyright restrictions and/or licensing agreements with the Midwest Museum of American Art. Please acknowledge your use to our staff beforehand or request permission for publishing other than for educational purposes