Visitor Information

Guided Tours

Curated docent-led tours of the Anschutz Collection are offered on Mondays,  Wednesdays, and Fridays starting at either 10:00 a.m. or 1:00 p.m. Please plan to arrive at the Museum 10 minutes before the scheduled tour start time. Each tour will last approximately 1½ to 2 hours.

Audio & Self-Guided Explorations

Visit us for self-guided explorations all day on Mondays and Wednesdays. An Audio Guide is included with self-guided admission, giving you the opportunity to explore the Collection at your own pace!

Artful Insights

On the first third Monday of each month, Artful Insights, or special topic conversations, are offered as an opportunity for visitors to learn more about specific artists, artworks, or Western subjects.  Artful Insights are are limited to a small number of visitors so each guest can have an intimate experience with the art and Museum guide. Advance reservations are highly recommended as these events often sell-out quickly.


The Museum is open to the public for regularly scheduled tours every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.  Curated docent-led tours begin at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. and last about 1½ to 2 hours.  All day Self-Guided explorations include an audio tour which lasts about 1 to 1½ hours.  Each tour is limited to a maximum of 25 people in order to offer each visitor an individual and intimate experience with one of the finest collections of American Western art in the world.

Admission to the Museum for a docent-led tour is $10.00 for adults 18+, $7.00 for seniors 62+ and students with a valid student ID. Admission for a self-guided tour is $5.00. We are not currently equipped to accept cash payments for admission.  Please see the Purchase Tickets section of this website or click on the Purchase Tickets button below for more information about scheduling a tour and paying for admission in advance of your visit.

Please arrive at the main entrance to the Museum on the lower ground level facing Tremont Place about 10 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time.  The Museum is wheelchair accessible through the lower ground level entrance by a ramp to the right of the building.  An elevator, as well as a staircase, provides access between gallery floors.

Group Tours

The Museum is also open by appointment on Tuesdays and Thursdays for groups of 20 or more visitors.  If you would like to schedule a group visit on Tuesday or Thursday, please contact us at or 303-293-2000.  Admission must be paid in advance by credit card as one payment for the entire group.  We are not currently equipped to accept cash at the door for admission to the Museum.

School Tours

Admission fees are not charged in connection with the visit by appointment of an organized school group from an elementary, middle or high school, from a college or university, or from an accredited art school, so long as the person requesting the visit is a teacher of the students involved or other official representative of the school, college or university involved.  Admission fees are also waived for all accompanying teachers and other chaperones.  Teachers may be required to participate in an orientation to the Museum and its policies and procedures prior to such visits.  Please contact us at, call 303-293-2000, or click here for more information about arranging a visit for an organized school group.


Due to the fragile nature of the collection and the intimate environment in the galleries, children under the age of 8 are not admitted to the museum, and children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by at least one adult for every four children.  All children must be supervised at all times by their accompanying adults.  Pets are not allowed, except service dogs for the disabled.  All visitors will be asked to check overcoats, backpacks, briefcases, large bags, umbrellas, and any other large items at the Museum entrance.  Please see the Visitor Guidelines section of this website for additional information.


Parking is not provided for Museum visitors.  There are numerous public parking lots and garages in the immediate area, but the Museum is not able to provide any parking validation.

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