Saint Louis Art Museum St Louis
Where is it at?
Saint Louis Art Museum
One Fine Arts Drive, Forest Park
Where are we going today?
When can we go?
Hours: Tuesdayâ€“Sunday, 10:00 amâ€“5:00 pm; Friday, 10:00 amâ€“9:00 pm; closed Monday
The Saint Louis Art Museum provides a variety of learning experiences to connect works of art in our collections and exhibitions with audiences of all ages, backgrounds, and knowledge levels. The Museum has been a leader in arts education since the inception of its professionally staffed education department in 1923. This department offers a range of classes, community outreach activities, family and school programs, gallery talks, lectures, performances, and teacher workshops..
Puck's, the Museum's beautiful restaurant overlooking Sculpture Terrace, features the innovative, upscale cuisine and outstanding service that have made Wolfgang Puck an icon of the hospitality industry. Enjoy Puck's cuisine at lunch, Friday dinner, or at our incomparable Sunday brunch. Puck's Cafe, located across from the Museum Shop, offers sandwiches, soups, salads, pastries, and other light fare in an informal setting..
Can I get one of those?
The Museum Shop, in the South Wing, and the Shop in Sculpture Hall carry a wide array of beautiful and eclectic items. At both Shops, you'll find exhibition-related merchandise; jewelry from local, national, and international designers; posters, postcards, and prints depicting favorite works of art; an unparalleled selection of art books; and unique gifts for creative friends and family. We also have a fun assortment of toys, games, books, and art supplies that are sure to inspire every child..
What people are saying?
by Nathan Wright
This is a great place to go if you enjoy museums and want to see what St Louis has to offer. General admission is free and special exhibits are reasonable.
by Cem Hill
What a great asset for a city to have, a park, a zoo and the st. louis art museum all in one place and free to the public. Thank you Monti for showing me this great city.
by Jamaurion Bateman
by Nicholas Vanover
Plan a relaxing and educational day at SLAM and enjoy the other FREE cultural centers in Forest Park, temporary home and demolition spot of the original Ferris Wheel. You'll find a brilliantly curated collection of art from the ruins of antiquity to contemporary masterpieces. Highlights include works from Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso, and Jackson Pollack.
by Azelia Patts
Great exhibition and the space it self. Free admission!