Plan Your Visit
- 🎫 MUSEUM admission is available with 24-hour advance online ticketing only. 📞 CAFÉ FLO by reservation only (860) 434-5542 x 126.
We love artists!
We love artists!
Here are a few guidelines while you paint on the grounds.
Please refer to additional guidelines in response to COVID-19. Specifically, you are required to wear a mask and physically distance yourself from other artists and visitors. Please refer to these guidelines.
At this time we are only permitting groups/classes of 6 or less on the grounds. Please contact the Museum several days before your group/class of 6 or less artists wish to visit by calling the Education Department (David D.J. Rau, Director of Education & Outreach at (860) 434-5542, ext. 115 or via email at email@example.com. Groups failing to reserve will be asked to leave and return at a scheduled time.
Sign in upon arrival
Painters are asked to please sign in at the Admissions Desk. It is helpful to Museum staff to know which groups are on the grounds each day so that we may better serve all of our visitors.
Hours of operation
The Museum grounds are open to the public:
April through December – Tuesday through Sunday 10AM to 4PM
January through March – Tuesday through Saturday 10AM to 4PM and Sunday 1PM to 4PM
Painters are asked to park in the far parking lot. This is the same lot used by the Museum staff. Please reserve the closest lot for our Museum visitors. The driveway north of the property is a fire lane and is NOT to be used for parking at any time.
Restrooms are available for your use in the Krieble Gallery during Museum hours.
Painting on the Veranda
Painters are asked not to paint on the stone patio nor the veranda that surrounds the Marshfield House and the Krieble Gallery.
Painters are not allowed to bring wet paintings into any of the Museum buildings with the exception of the Hartman Education Center.
Painters are asked not to bring their pets onto the Museum grounds during a painting session.
The Krieble Gallery and Florence Griswold House are available by admission tickets only. Tickets can be purchased at the Museum’s front desk for $10 for adults, $9 for seniors (62+), $8 for students. Museum members and children under age 12 are FREE.
If you have any questions please contact David D.J. Rau, Director of Education & Outreach at (860) 434-5542, ext. 115 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.