Cleveland Museum of Art: Exhibits, Films, and Lectures
Located in the University Circle neighborhood, the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) is deemed one of the top art museums in the world. Home to world-class exhibitions, education programs, and performing arts, CMA is internationally recognized for its diverse permanent collection including an abundant Asian and Egyptian gallery with more than 45,000 works of art from around the world. Stroll through the massive building with a soaring glass-roofed atrium and admire the relevance of art in today's society through various time periods including frequently rotated exhibits of Alex Katz, Rodin, and Yayoi Kusama. With a museum store, two restaurants, a library, and on-going special events, the museum not only showcases art, but it fosters education and art studies to all its visitors.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm Wednesday, Friday: 10 am - 9 pm, Closed Monday
Meditation at the Museum
Chamber Music in the Galleries
Parade the Circle
After Michelangelo: The Rebirth of a Renaissance Master
What exhibits are at the Cleveland Museum of Art?
With both permanent and rotating exhibits, Cleveland Museum of Art showcases world-class exhibitions and art installations all year long. Current exhibits include the Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern, Renaissance Splendor: Catherine de’ Medici’s Valois Tapestries, and William Morris: Designing an Earthly Paradise. Be on the lookout for Medieval Monsters: Terrors, Aliens, Wonders, and Shinto: Discovery of the Divine in Japanese Art coming next year.
Where can I park at the Cleveland Museum of Art?
The Cleveland Museum of Art has a parking garage off of Jeptha Drive at the northwest corner of the museum’s campus. Parking is free for the first 30 minutes, then $10 up to 2 hours, and $1 each additional 30 minutes with a max rate at $16. Both cash and credit cards are accepted.