Visiting the Museum


Hallie Ford Museum of Art
700 State Street (corner State and Cottage Streets)
Salem, Oregon 97301

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Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.

Holiday closures are listed to the right.


$6: General
$4: Senior (age 55+)
$3: Educator or College Student (age 18+ with school ID)

The following receive FREE ADMISSION every day

  • Youth (0-17)
  • Hallie Ford Museum of Art members
  • Willamette University students, faculty and staff
  • American Association of Museum members
  • Visitors who are members of another museum at the North American Reciprocal Museum Membership level.

$4/person: Adults (8 or more with advance reservations, call 503-370-6855)
FREE: School Groups (college and K-12 with advance reservations, call 503-370-6855)

The Archaeological Institute of America and AAA members receive $1 off of admission.

Admission is free for everyone.


The Hallie Ford Museum of Art is wheelchair accessible on both floors via an elevator at the front of the building. A wheelchair is available for visitor use.

The loading zone in front of the building can be utilized to drop off and pick up visitors.

For any special access needs, such as interpreters, or hearing impairment devices, please email with one week advance notice. 

Tours and Groups

The museum offers interactive educational tours for a wide range of audiences from preschool age to adult, designed to arouse curiosity, inspire creativity and develop critical thinking.

On selected Tuesdays, Gallery Talks are offered to visitors free of charge.

Docent-guided tours of select special and permanent exhibitions are offered for adult groups of 10 or more. Reservations are required and must be made at least three weeks in advance. For information or to make a reservation, call (503) 370-6855.

Teachers and educators, please visit our Resources for Educators section for information about scheduling a class visit.

Sites Within Walking Distance

For a complete list of Salem attractions and accommodations, please visit Travel Salem's website

Contact the Museum: 503-370-6855 or by email at