While preparing your visit to the museum, check the opening hours. Please, note that ticket office stops sales 1 hour before the closing time. Please be aware that there are sometimes changes to the working hours of the museum or specific halls. Information on all the changes to the working schedule of the museum can be found on our website.
More information on working hours
If you're planning to see a specific exhibition, visit our website for the dates, location as well as ticket prices. The majority of the temporary exhibitions could be visited with just a museum pass, but for some you would have to buy a separate ticket.
More information about exhibitions
There are several types of tickets and different prices. You may even be eligible for free entry or a reduced fare. Price reductions are only provided upon document verification. If you do not have the necessary document, you may visit the museum on general terms.
If you are planning to visit two buildings of our museum complex, the Main Building and 19th and 20th Century European and American Art gallery, you could buy a combined ticket to enter both.
More information on admission
You could also purchase tickets online on our website in advance. Sales online start one month beforehand and end a day before the visit. The number of tickets on sale online is limited. The electronic ticket allows to pass to the museum without waiting in line.
More information about online tickets
HOW TO AVOID LONG WAITING
In order to avoid crowds and long lines to the ticket office, we strongly advise you not to plan your visit during times of high attendance, like weekends in cold time of the year, and the time of exceptionally popular exhibitions. We also suggest that you avoid holidays, days of free entry and times of special offers, as well as first and last days of temporary exhibitions.
Veterans of World War II, people with disabilities, elderly above 70 years-old, families with children under the age of 3 can visit the museum without waiting in line.
For your visit to be as pleasant as possible, please read our admission policy. In it you would find the information on taking photos in our museum, the size of backpack you may carry with you to the exposition and so on. Upon entering the museum, you are agreeing with terms of our admission policy.
More information on admission policy
USEFUL APPS FOR YOUR SMARTPHONE
Make your visit more exciting and instructive with your smartphone. With the help of the izi.TRAVEL app you can listen free audio guides for permanent and temporary exhibitions. Use the ARTEFACT app to get experience with AR-technologies. Use the Smartify app to scan and identify artworks from the collections of the Main Building and the Gallery, access rich interpretation and build a personal art collection. There is a free Wi-Fi “Museum_free” with SMS-registration, that can be used in the museum. WI-FI is available in several museum halls, but you can download the apps at the entrance of the exposition.
In order to avoid disturbing other visitors, please use headphones.
More information about mobile guides