The Taubman Museum of Art is part of the lively metro mountain mix of arts, culture and outdoor fun in the heart of downtown Roanoke, Virginia.
Free general admission is offered thanks in part to the generous support of AEP (Appalachian Power). Throughout the year, the Museum offers several special events, workshops, classes and a banner exhibition that charge small admission fees. Prices are noted accordingly throughout this web site. Art Venture, the Museum’s interactive children’s learning space, is free for children and adults covered under family memberships. For those not covered under family memberships, Art Venture is $5 per person and free for those 23 months and younger. Tickets and registration can be purchased online through provided links, by visiting the Museum’s Visitor Services Desk on the ground floor, or by calling 540.342.5760.
Mon & Tues: Closed Wed–Sat: 10 am – 5 pm Sunday: 12 – 5 pm 1st Friday each month: 10 am – 9 pm Holiday Hours Dickens of A Christmas in Downtown Roanoke (first three Fridays of December every year): 10 am- 9 pm The Taubman Museum of Art is closed to the public on the following days: New Year's Day, President’s Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
The most convenient parking to the museum is in the Tower Garage, 19 Norfolk Avenue, a short walk from the museum's front doors. A limited amount of free two-hour parking is available behind the museum along Norfolk Avenue.
The museum is located at: 110 Salem Avenue, SE Roanoke, VA 24011 From US I-81 Virginia Exit 143 (581 / Roanoke) to Exit 5, towards Downtown (stay in left lane) Merge onto Williamson Road, travel 0.2 miles Right onto Salem Avenue Taubman Museum of Art is on the right From Lynchburg, VA and points east (460 West) 460 West becomes Orange Avenue Left onto Williamson Road, travel 0.7 miles Right onto Salem Avenue Taubman Museum of Art is on the right From 220 north and points south 220 N becomes I-581 N in Roanoke to Exit 4E, Orange Avenue East First right onto Williamson Road, travel 0.7 miles Right onto Salem Avenue Taubman Museum of Art is on the right
The Taubman Museum of Art strives to provide an environment that is enriching and enjoyable. During your visit, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines that represent standard best practices at nearly all visual art venues: Please check in at the Visitor Services Desk in the atrium on the ground floor. Our staff members are your resource for museum amenities and services, including information about current exhibitions, events, programs and tickets. Wheelchairs are available from Visitor Services. Check large bags, backpacks, umbrellas and packages in the coatroom. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Please do not touch the art on view. Non-flash photography of works in the permanent collection is allowed for personal use. Photography is not permitted in special exhibitions unless noted. Flash photography, selfie sticks and tripods are prohibited. Sketching with pencils or colored pencils is permitted in the galleries. Speaking on cell phones is not permitted in the galleries. Food and beverages are not permitted on the second floor or in Art Venture. The Museum is tobacco free. Smoking and vaping are not permitted. Service animals are permitted. Please contact the Visitor Services Desk with any questions at 540.342.576