Daily admission to the museum is free. Suggested donation is $7 for adults and $5 for seniors that can be made in person via cash or credit card.

For full parking locations and suggestions please visit our Parking and Accessibility Page.

Monday: Closed

Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thursday: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm

 

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.

Lost & Found is located at the front desk in the museum lobby. Please call 214-979-6440.

Yes, the Lotus Shop, located within the Museum, features an impressive and distinctive selection of gifts, homewares, cards,  jewelry, and much more from Asia. The Lotus Shop was voted “The Best Museum Shop” for a second year by D Magazine and is open during normal museum hours.

There are plenty of opportunities to get more involved including joining as a patron, volunteering, and internships.

Full biographies of Trammell and Margaret Crow are available here in our Media Kit while the history page explains the creation of the Crow Museum of Asian Art.

Although much of the art once belonged to the Crow family, the Crow Museum 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 Museum.

Yes, the museum closes for Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve* and New Years Day.

 

*Closure varies depending on the year, will be closed NYE 2018.

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/.