Schedule Your Arrival!

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Saturday November 7

12:00 PM  –  12:15 PM

  

Please select a date and time for your reservation. The above date and time are the first available tickets. Use the “Other dates” and “Other times” links to navigate to additional arrival options. Tickets can be reserved up to one month in advance.

We are excited to welcome you to the museum! 

What to expect:

  • MSU ramps and lots are open to the public after 6pm Monday–Friday and all day on weekends. Metered parking is available in Grand River parking structure (Ramp 6) during business hours. Paid parking is also available throughout the City of East Lansing (rates in effect 8am–3am Monday–Saturday). View a parking map.
  • Upon arrival, you'll be asked to give your name or present your digital ticket at check in.
  • The average visitor goes through the museum in about 60-90 minutes, and we want you to feel like you can go at whatever pace is comfortable for you. Your ticket time is your arrival window—the museum will open at 10am and close at 6pm, keep this in mind when you are planning your visit. If you miss your arrival window, we will do your best to accommodate your visit dependent on capacity.
  • Make sure to take advantage of our Shopping Sundays! All members receive 20% off their purchases every Sunday. 
 

MSU requires proof of vaccination, or a recent negative COVID-19 test to visit the MSU Broad Art Museum. To meet the vaccine requirement, attendees must show their COVID-19 vaccination card or a digital image along with a photo ID matching the name on the card. MSU students, faculty, and staff can show their university ID as proof of compliance with the university’s vaccine mandate. Attendees who cannot provide proof of vaccination should bring a photo ID and either a printout or photo of their negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before museum entry. People ages 17 and under accompanied by an adult will not be required to show a photo ID. For spring 2022, MSU’s COVID-19 vaccine and face covering mandates will continue.

What tests are accepted?
PCR and medically administered rapid antigen tests are accepted. Results should include your name, results, and time stamp. At-home tests are not accepted.

Do kids need to be vaccinated or tested?
Children 11 and under do not need to be vaccinated or show a negative COVID-19 test. However, they must be accompanied by an adult who is compliant with the COVID policy and wear a mask while inside MSU indoor facilities.

What does full vaccination mean? Is a vaccine booster shot required as part of the vaccination proof? Full vaccination means that at least 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose of FDA authorized or WHO approved double-dose vaccines or that 14 days have passed since receiving the sole dose of FDA authorized or WHO approved single-dose vaccines. At this time a booster is not required to be “vaccinated” under the COVID policy.

Have questions or concerns? Email us at eebam@msu.edu or call our visitor services staff at 517.884.4800.

 

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