- What is the cost of admission?
- Where is the most convenient parking?
- What are the hours of admission?
- What is your refund policy for lectures?
- Is there a coat check?
- What is the gallery photography policy?
- What if I lose/leave something at the museum?
- Is there a museum store?
- Are there free tours?
- How may I get more involved at the Crow Collection?
- Who are Trammell and Margaret Crow and why did they choose to collect Asian art? And, what motivated them to build a museum?
- Does everything in the museum belong to the Crows?
- How many people visit the museum yearly?
- Does the museum close for holidays?
- I own some Asian art that I would like to have appraised. Is it possible for the Crow Collection curator to do this for me?
Daily admission to the museum and Sculpture Garden is free. Suggested donation is $7 for adults and $5 for seniors.
Visitors should enter the Trammell Crow Center parking garage on Olive Street between Ross Avenue and Flora Street. The Harwood Street entrance is not accessible to visitors. Take a ticket, and park on level 5 or 6.
As a reminder, Friends of the Crow Collection park for up-to 2 hours free. Please remember to bring your ticket to the Crow Collection front desk for validation.
Price for non-members
Weekday $1 per 15 min; $22 Max
Saturday $5 Flat Rate
To reach the museum from the parking garage:
- Take elevators up to Ground level
- Exit the Trammell Crow Center towards Flora Street
- Go down the stairs
- Turn right and enter through the sliding glass doors
Tuesday to Thursday: 10:00am – 9:00pm
Friday and Saturday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm – 6:00pm
All sales final – there are no refunds.
Yes, coat check is available at the front desk in the museum lobby. Museum security staff reserves the right to request that any guest check large bags, backpacks, and parcels. Security staff also reserves the right to inspect any personal items carried into the galleries as a precautionary measure to ensure both public safety and that of the artwork on exhibition.
Still photography is permitted for private, noncommercial use only in the Museum galleries devoted specifically to the permanent collection. Photographs cannot be published, sold, reproduced, transferred, distributed, or otherwise commercially exploited in any manner whatsoever.
Photography is not permitted in special exhibitions or areas designated as “No Photography.” Works of art on loan from private collections or other institutions may not be photographed. The use of a flash is prohibited. Movie and video cameras are prohibited.
Tripods are allowed on weekdays only with a permit issued by the Front Desk. For press and other special photography, including filming and videotape projects, please contact the Director of External Affairs at 214-271-4485.
The Crow Collection reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to withhold and/or withdraw permission to photograph on its premises or permission to reproduce photographs of objects in its collection.
Lost & Found is located at the front desk in the museum lobby. Please call 214-979-6440.
Yes, the Lotus Shop, located across Olive Street in the Belo Pavilion, features an impressive and distinctive selection of gifts, home wares, cards, jewelry, and much more from Asia. The Lotus Shop was recently recognized by D Magazine as The Best Museum Shop and is open during normal museum hours.
Yes there are! Join Crow Collection gallery educators for enlightened conversations in the galleries every Saturday at 1pm. No reservations required.
We also offer group tours please book a tour here.
Although much of the art once belonged to the Crow family, the Crow Collection of Asian Art is now the sole owner of the collection, which consists of over 600 works of art. Works outside of the collection include loans and temporary exhibitions from the Crow family, other art collectors, and institutions.
Around 80,000 guests annually visit the Crow Collection.
Yes, the museum closes for Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
The museum is open all days preceding and following these holidays.
The museum does not appraise, authenticate, or identify works of art. If you are interested in learning more about a work of art that you own, you can find a certified appraiser at http://www.appraisersassoc.org/.