A: Admission to the Museum is always FREE! The Museum is open Monday–Thursday, 9 am–5 pm; Friday, 9 am–4:45 pm; Saturday, 10 am–4:45 pm; and Sunday, 1–4:45 pm. The Museum is closed on major holidays.
A: Texas Memorial Museum is located at 2400 Trinity Street on The University of Texas at Austin main campus. Find more information on the Directions page.
A: Information about visitor parking can be found on the Parking page.
A: The handicap entrance is on the first floor; see the Parking page for more details. A wheelchair is available for visitor use on a first come, first serve basis. Speak to the security guard on the 2nd floor for details.
A: Visit the Tours page to schedule a group visit to the Museum.
A: Your time spent at the Museum can vary depending on your interest in the various exhibits. You should allot at least one to two hours to fully visit the Museum.
A: The Museum’s exhibits and events are appropriate and educational for people of all ages.
A: Yes, during Identification Day, held in January, scientists and experts from all over Central Texas are on hand to look at and identify natural objects and archaeological materials.
A: Yes, visitors are welcome to take pictures throughout the Museum for personal use.
A: Food and open beverage containers are not permitted in the Museum. Dining options available within walking distance of the Museum include: the Red McCombs Red Zone Food Court at the north side of DKR Texas Memorial Football Stadium, Texas Espresso Café at the Etter-Harbin Alumni Center, and Under the Oaks Café at the Thompson Conference Center.
Please contact the Museum’s Webmaster if you have a question that you could not find the answer to on the website.