Hours

Tuesday through Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm
Thursday evenings: 5 – 9 pm for Art After Dark
Sunday: 1 – 5 pm

The Harn will be closed Wednesday, June 19 in honor of Juneteenth.

Harn Museum Store

Open during Museum hours.
About the Store

Camellia Court Café

Tuesday – Saturday: 10 am – 3 pm
Thursday evenings: 5 – 8 pm
About The Café

*Non-flash photography is allowed. Tripods and selfie sticks are not allowed unless prior arrangements are made by contacting info@harn.ufl.edu.

PARKING

Visitor parking is $4 (credit only, no cash accepted) on weekdays at the kiosk in front of the museum. Parking on evenings and weekends is free. Handicap parking is free and near the front entrance.

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Escape and Be Immersed

The University of Florida’s Harn Museum of Art brings the joy of experiencing great works of art to diverse university, community, national and global audiences through relevant and enlightening art collections, exhibitions and learning opportunities. We pride ourselves in being accessible to the community and visitors to the area by offering free admission to our exhibitions and the majority of our programs. Donations are accepted.

Harn Map

 

MAP mobile-friendly

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Accessibility

The museum is accessible to people with disabilities. Wheelchairs are available. TDD phone access is provided through Florida Relay Services at 800.955.8771.

Accessibility

Camellia Court Café

The Camellia Court Café is now offering a full-service menu. Locally brewed Opus coffee, pastries and grab-and-go items including wraps, fruit and veggie mini trays and parfaits are also available.

About the Café

Free Mobile Tour

Use your cell phone to access our mobile tour app providing additional content and more information about our exhibitions and collections.

Explore

Gardens + Exterior Spaces

The Harn Museum of Art is dedicated to beautiful grounds and gardens within and surrounding the museum for additional enjoyment by our visitors. Nature is often reflected in art and made from natural elements. Examples include Monet’s oatfield landscape titled Champ d’avoine created in 1890 or Chinese jades from the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing dynasties (1644-1911) with intricately carved landscapes and animals.

About The Gardens

Programs

Connect with our exhibitions by participating in a program. From art activities and performances to lectures and tours we offer events for all ages.

Our Programs

 

What’s On View

Current Exhibitions

Works on display include paintings, drawings, ceramics, sculpture, photography, video, beadwork, textiles and more. The Harn’s collection galleries focus on African, Asian, modern and contemporary art and photography.

What You’ll See

UF CULTURAL PLAZA

The University of Florida Cultural Plaza is located at the corner of Southwest 34th Street and Hull Road on the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, Florida. The Cultural Plaza consists of the Harn Museum of Art, Florida Museum of Natural History and Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

Florida Museum of Natural History

The Florida Museum of Natural History is Florida’s state museum of natural history, dedicated to understanding, preserving and interpreting biological diversity and cultural heritage. With more than 20 million specimens, the Florida Museum is the largest natural history museum in the Southeast.

Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

University of Florida Performing Arts is in the top 10 among the country’s public universities, presenting the very best established and emerging national and international artists on the Phillips Center main stage. The Phillips Center consists of a 1,700-seat proscenium hall and a 200-seat Black Box Theatre.

What to Expect

  • Bags

    Bags larger than 11″ x 14″ x 4″ are not allowed in the galleries. Bag check is available at the security desk.

  • Groups

    Organized groups of 10 or more please call Visitor Services in advance at 352.294.7025.

  • Museum Etiquette

    If you have any questions pertaining to Museum policies or etiquette, please ask the Information Desk attendant.

    • Touching of objects and display cases is not permitted.
    • Food, beverages (including water), gum and candy are not allowed in the galleries.
    • Non-flash photography, only for personal use, is permitted throughout the museum unless noted otherwise.

Questions about your visit?

Contact Visitor Services at 352.294.7025.