Planning a Visit
1. How do I get to CAM?
CAM is located in the Grand Center arts and entertainment district, in the center of St. Louis. Grand Center is home to dozens of arts organizations, museums, galleries, theaters and concert halls. We share our courtyard with the The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, and are just down the street from Fox Theater and The Sheldon Concert Hall. Get directions here.
2. What are the museum’s hours?
CAM is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday. Our hours are 10:00 am–5:00 pm Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday, and 10:00 am–8:00 pm Thursday and Friday.
3. Where do I park when I come to CAM?
Free parking is available on the street along Washington Boulevard and Spring Avenue. Visitors may also take advantage of numerous parking lots in the Grand Center district.
4. What is the admission charge?
CAM has free admission compliments of the Gateway Foundation.
5. Are tours available?
Yes, CAM provides staff-led tours for schools and community groups during our general hours of operation. If you would like to schedule a group tour, please contact Victoria Donaldson at email@example.com or call 314-535-0770 x212, a minimum of three weeks in advance of the desired tour date. Also check our calendar for special curator-led tours of the exhibitions.
1. Does the museum have a gift shop?
Yes. CAM’s gift shop, is open Wednesday through Sunday during regular Museum hours. We offer copies of books and artist editions produced by CAM, as well as an arrary of products by local and national artists. Click here to shop online.
2. Do you have wheelchair access? Are wheelchairs available in the museum?
Yes, CAM is fully wheelchair accessible. A complimentary wheelchair is available at the front desk on a first-come, first-served basis.
3. May I take photographs in the museum?
It depends on the exhibitions. Please check with the visitor service associates at the front desk.
4. I would like to take notes on the work, is this permitted?
Yes it is, but notes must be taken in pencil. Pens or markers are not permitted in the galleries.
1. Do you have a permanent collection?
CAM is a non-collecting museum. The exhibitions in the Main Galleries change three times a year. The exhibitions in the Front Room change every few months.
2. Does CAM offer education and outreach programs?
CAM is committed to providing free education and community outreach programs to children and adults in St. Louis. For more information on our programs please click here.
3. Can I plan an event at the museum?
CAM is available for private rentals. For further information click here.
4. How do I become a member?
There are several levels of membership at CAM. Please click here for more information on our membership programs.