Explore the Art Institute, Chicago’s world-class art museum and the second-largest in the United States, with this easy purchase advance ticket. Situated in Grant Park, the museum’s incredible range of impressionist, post-impressionist, modern and contemporary works is near the top of the list of Chicago’s must-see sights. Among the artists on display are works by Pollack, van Gogh, Renoir, Monet and Picasso plus, plus a striking new Modern Wing and cutting edge graphic and industrial design.
What You Can Expect
Artwork of Gerard Richter featured at the Art Institute of Chicago Step into the halls of one of America’s most famous art museums as you explore the world-class collections at the Art Institute of Chicago. Art and culture-lovers are sure to enjoy the convenience of purchasing in advance to have more time to wander the museum’s halls of priceless art by masters like Picasso and Monet at your own pace.
Start your visit any time during the museum’s regular hours of operation. Once inside, download the new Art Institute of Chicago mobile app, using the museum's complimentary WiFi. Explore the Art Institute’s unsurpassed collection of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces, covering such luminaries as Claude Monet, Georges Seurat and Vincent van Gogh, Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
Explore JourneyMaker, a new digital tool that allows your family to create its very own tour of the museum, located at the Ryan Learning Center. Then head over to the museum’s celebrated Modern Wing, a quick stroll across an eye-catching bridge from the main building. Inside you’ll have the chance to admire one of the world’s premier collections of modern and contemporary art, including celebrated creators like Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Jackson Pollock, Marc Chagall and Gerhard Richter.
Continue your visit with a look at the museum’s range of European and American decorative art items, Asian art and a collection of architectural, graphic and industrial design. Families should also be sure to take part in the museum’s selection kid-friendly art activities.
Tours and tickets are subjected to availability and are not confirmed until a second confirmation email is received. In the event if the date selected is not available, alternative arrangements will be communicated via email.
All bookings require customers to print their voucher off in order to be exchanged for entry to the attraction or tour. We cannot guarantee entry without a printed voucher and will not be able to cancel or refund customers who do not print the vouchers and therefore can't gain access to the venue or tour.
Please present the e-ticket at the Ticketing Counter for entry.
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The e-voucher cannot be exchanged for cash or used on more than one occasion.
The value of the e-voucher is in Singapore dollars.
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No refunds will be entertained for cancellations
Using Public Transportation
The Art Institute is located just one block east of the Loop and is easily accessible via the city's "El" train system. The Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, and Purple lines all stop above ground at Adams/Wabash, one block west of the museum. The Red and Blue lines stop underground at Monroe, just a few blocks away. A number of bus lines also stop in front of the museum. Currently, El fare is $2.25 per adult. Visit the Chicago Transit Authority's website for route, schedule, and fare details.
Metra is Chicago's commuter rail transit system. The Art Institute is accessible from both the Van Buren and Millennium stations, which are underground just one to two blocks south and north (respectively) along Michigan Avenue. Visit Metra's website for route, schedule, and fare details.
Divvy Bike Program
Divvy is Chicago's bike-sharing system with thousands of bikes and hundreds of stations across the city, intended to provide Chicagoans and visitors with an additional transportation option for getting around the city. There are several Divvy bike stations within walking distance of the Art Institute. For more information and pricing, please visit divvybikes.com.