What is the museum doing to ensure the safety of its members? The safety and health of our members is a top priority, so we are working with state and regional health officials to comply with all guidelines related to COVID-19. Find the measures we’re taking to ensure your safety at denverartmuseum.org/damguide.

What will the entry experience look like for members? Members will be required to make an advance reservation for a timed entry ticket reservation prior to visiting. For help logging into your online account to make a reservation, call 720-913-0130. Upon arrival, you will check in on the plaza and then can proceed into the museum through the main entrance.

If I have reserved a ticket and find that I'm unable to use it, what should I do? Due to the extremely limited nature of ticket availability, if you are unable to use a ticket you have reserved, please let us know by calling 720-913-0130.

Do you plan on rescheduling the member preview for Natural Forces or Norman Rockwell: Imagining Freedom? Yes, we will be offering a member preview and member-only viewing hours for Natural Forces: Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington and Norman Rockwell: Imagining Freedom on June 24 and June 25. Advance reservations required.

Will members receive a credit for their membership during the closure? All current members (as of June 18, 2020) will receive an additional two months (14 months for the price of 12) when they renew their membership.

What about my Museum Friends membership? Your Museum Friends membership expiration is tied to your membership expiration, so extensions apply to this membership as well.

Am I still able to use my guest passes while the museum is open at limited capacity? Yes. Please contact an associate at 720-913-0130 for assistance.

Can I still renew my membership during my next visit? Yes, however we encourage you to renew your membership online as to minimize person to person contact.

If I'm still not ready to visit the museum in person, what other ways can I take advantage of my membership? The museum’s expanded digital programming and offerings can be found on the Museum From Home section on our website. New hands−on projects, virtual tours, and collection moments in a digital format to enjoy from home will continue even after we open our doors. Plus, many of your favorite programs have been moved online including Untitled at Home, Drop-In Drawing, and Drop-In Writing.

Will there be any lectures for members this summer? The adult programs team is hard at work developing lectures that will be presented virtually on Zoom. Stay tuned to our member email for announcements around online lectures happenning this summer.

Are there other ways in which I can help the Denver Art Museum? Yes, please consider renewing or upgrading your membership, adding Museum Friends to your membership, or donating to our Annual Fund.

How far in advance can I reserve tickets? Tickets are released every two weeks on Monday afternoons.