Visiting Maryhill Museum of Art

Hours of Operation

Open Daily

Starting March 15th through November 15th

From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Stonehenge Memorial

Open daily from dawn to dusk; admission is free.

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Museum Tickets and Admission

Admission Prices

  • Members receive free admission
  • Adults $12
  • Seniors (65 and older) $10
  • College (with school I.D.) $9
  • Youth (ages 7–18) $5
  • Children 6 and under receive free admission

Special Admission Programs

Maryhill also offers a number of special admissions programs offering discounted or free admission. Learn more about the Special Admission Programs at Maryhill.

Maryhill Museum of Art welcomes Indigenous people into the museum and provides complimentary admission.

Directions & Location Information



Museum parking is free.


Maryhill Museum of Art welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its programs and exhibitions accessible to everyone. Learn more about accessibility at the museum.


Whether you are on your way to or from the museum The Columbia River Gorge has a wealth of things to do and see. Here are a few nearby attractions to round out your trip.

Museum Map & Gallery Guide

Our downloadable Museum map provides you a Gallery Guide for your visit. Print or save to your smartphone. Be sure to post about your visit #maryhillmuseum!

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Museum Store

The Maryhill Museum Store offers visitors a variety of items to choose from whether they are for gifts, education, or to take home as a souvinir. OPEN Monday – Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Loie’s: The Museum Café

Enjoy lunch and a glass of local wine, simply sip a cup of coffee and take in the stunning views, or enjoy a casual game of chess at Loie’s: The Museum Café.

The Museum Café open Friday – Monday

Museum Policies & Safety

Please read the Museum policies.

Safety protocols

For Visitors

Maryhill’s reopening guidelines are informed by CDC and Washington State Health protocols. Please read on for information about current admission procedures, operations and policies.

  • In accordance with state COVID-19 guidelines, visitors and staff are no longer required to wear masks while in the Museum. We encourage and support individuals to make masking choices that best suit them.
  • Disposable masks are available upon request and free of charge.
  • If you are not feeling well, we ask that you visit the museum on another day.
  • Respect others wearing masks and please maintain physical distance from others.
  • We encourage you to purchase tickets online, but you can also purchase tickets at the door.
  • The museum continues to maintain clean spaces throughout.
  • Group ticket sales and tours are available for small groups.
  • Plexi-glass barriers will continue to be used at the entrance sales desk and the café.

Staff Protocols

  • Staff who are unwell are asked to stay home.