Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday, 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday, 12:00 noon - 5:00 PM
The museum is closed on Mondays.
PLEASE NOTE: The museum is open this Monday, June 10, in celebration of Dartmouth's graduating class. Please visit between 10:00 and 5:00!
The museum is free and open to the public.
Metered public parking is available in front of the museum on Wheelock Street and behind the museum on Lebanon Street. An all-day public parking garage is also located on Lebanon Street.
Accessible parking is located on the south side of Wheelock Street, across from the Green. From there go under the archway and immediately turn left and follow the ramp to the entrance of the museum.
Parking for school buses is located in the A Lot on East Wheelock Street. Once passengers have been dropped off at the museum entrance, continue driving east on Wheelock Street. Cross North Park Street (go straight through the traffic light). Drive just under .3 mile. A Lot will be on your left, marked by a small black and white sign. The bus may wait in the A Lot until it is time to pick up the students. The driver should stay with the bus.
All packages, umbrellas, backpacks, and baby carriers must be left in the checkroom at the entrance to the museum.
When taking notes, drawing, or using Family Guides, please use only a #2 pencil. Pens, highlighters, and other writing materials may not be used in the museum. Pencils are available at the Visitor Services Desk.
Works of art owned by the Trustees of Dartmouth College may be photographed or videotaped for personal use only. No work of art on loan to the Hood Museum of Art may be photographed under any circumstances without written permission from the lender and/or copyright holder. Anyone interested in photographic reproductions for publication, or other commercial uses must complete an Application for Permission to Publish and secure permission from the copyright holder if other than the museum.
Hand-held video and conventional cameras may be used in the permanent collection galleries with available light only. Tripods, light stands, and other types of flash equipment may not be used. The Hood Museum reserves the right to further restrict photography in the galleries as necessary.
Anyone wishing to take photographs for their own personal use is required to sign the photograph release form at the Visitor Services Desk.
All image and photography shoot requests by the media should be directed to the Communications and Publications Manager.
For non-media related photo needs, please click here.
Sketching is allowed in the galleries. We ask that visitors use only a #2 pencil. Pencils and stools are available upon request at the Visitor Services Desk.
Accessible restrooms are available on the second floor of the museum and on the ground floor near the Arthur M. Loew Auditorium.
Assistive listening devices are available free of charge for all events
The museum galleries and the Arthur M. Loew Auditorium are wheelchair accessible. Please refer to maps for parking and entrance.
For accessibility requests, please call (603) 646-2808 or e-mail email@example.com.
Questions? Feel free to contact us.
Last Updated: 6/6/13