The Trout Museum of Art will be closed September 1 – September 27 for exhibit installation. Our next exhibit, Edward Curtis: Beauty, Heart and Spirit, will open on September 28.
Children 5-10: $2
Children 4 and Under: FREE
Docent-led tours will take place each Saturday during the exhibit at 11:00am. Gain greater insight into the Edward Curtis exhibit! Tours are FREE with museum admission.
All-day parking is available in the RED Midtown Ramp on Appleton Street across from Houdini Plaza. School buses are encouraged to unload in the loading zone on Oneida Street.
NOTE: Vehicles with Handicap plates or tags may park in any metered spot without cost or time restriction.
NEW! Metered parking rates apply for downtown streets until 6 p.m.
The Trout Museum of Art is accessible to visitors using wheelchairs and others who need to avoid stairs. An automatic door is located at the southwest museum entrance. Vehicles with handicap plates or tags may park in any metered spot without cost or time restriction. Additionally, handicap parking stalls are located in nearby parking ramps.
Administrative offices are on the 4th floor of the Fox Cities Building for the Arts. For classes, appointments, or deliveries, please use the south entrance, entering from Houdini Plaza.
Office Hours: Monday - Friday from 9am to 4pm
Closed: Saturday, Sunday, and Major Holidays
The Trout Museum of Art
Fox Cities Building for the Arts
111 W. College Avenue
Appleton, WI 54911
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Admission varies by Exhibit.