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TTY: 916 446 4563
The first public art museum in the West, the Crocker Art Museum was established in 1885 and remains one of the leading art museums in Northern California. The Crocker offers a diverse spectrum of special exhibitions, events, and programs to augment its collections of Californian, European, Asian, African and Oceanic artworks, and international ceramics.
In 1868, Judge Edwin B. Crocker purchased the property and existing buildings on the corner of Third and O Streets. He then commissioned local architect Seth Babson to redesign and renovate the home into a grander, Italianate mansion with an adjacent gallery building. Completed in 1872, the Crocker family mansion and art gallery are considered the masterpieces of Babson's career.
The family mansion went through several uses and reconstructions until a 1989 renovation restored the historic façade and created a modern gallery interior. The original buildings, now connected, were renamed the Crocker Art Museum in 1978. On October 10, 2010, the Crocker opened the 125,000-square-foot Teel Family Pavilion. The classic, contemporary design of the Pavilion complements the historic structures. The expansion more than tripled the Museum's size, enhancing its role as a cultural and educational resource for Sacramento and the region’s many visitors.
If you have a group of 10 or
more, let us organize a tour that best suits your needs and
interests. Enjoy discounted admission and personalized
attention. For more information or to book your tour, call
& Sundays, 11 am & 1 pm
Discover the essence of the Crocker’s permanent collection in this general tour of the Museum.
1st & 4th Thursdays, 6 pm
2nd Saturdays, 4 pm
3rd Wednesdays, Noon
Never the same tour twice, Crocker Currents dives into the latest special exhibitions.
Thursdays ‘til 9
From film, to music, to conversation, each Thursday evening promises an engaging encounter with art, ideas, and people.
· Accessible Entrance and Pathways: the Museum is architecturally barrier-free, and there are three elevators that service the three levels of the Museum. Accessible restrooms and drinking fountains are located on each level of the Museum.
· Wheelchairs, strollers, and gallery stools are available during your visit on a first-come, first-served basis. Please inquire about this service at the Admission Desk.
· Baby changing stations are located in the women's, men's, and family restrooms on all three floors.
· Sign interpretation for visitors who are hearing impaired can be provided with a minimum of three weeks notice. To schedule this service, please contact the Education Department at 916.808.1182.
· Assistive listening devices are available for use at lectures and performances. Please inquire about this service at the Admission Desk.
· Visitors using a TTY communications device may contact the Museum via the California Relay Service. This toll free service can be reached at 800.735.2929 (English) or 800.855.3000 (Español).
· Tactile opportunities include samples of various art media and tools that can be touched by visitors. This service may be requested at any time through a docent.
Every Third Sunday of the month is “Pay What You Wish Sunday.”
216 O Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Sunday 10 am-5 pm
With free admission to the Museum all-year-long, your friends and family will have a constant reminder of your thoughtfulness. And Museum members receive 10 percent off gift membership purchases. Not a member yet?
Purchase membership and gift memberships at crockerartmuseum.org , call (916) 808-6730, or visit the Museum Admission Desk.
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