Plan your Visit

Plan Your Visit

We are open. Admission is free.

New Summer Hours:

Thursday through Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday: 1 - 5 pm
Closed Monday through Wednesday.
In-person tours will not be offered during the Summer.

The well-being of our visitors and staff is the Harn Museum of Art’s top priority. To safeguard against the spread of COVID-19, all employees have been screened for COVID-19 in accordance with UF Health guidelines and University of Florida policy, and cleared before returning to the Harn. Our galleries, workspaces and common areas have undergone increased sanitation, with additional cleaning procedures now in place. All staff will be wearing face coverings in the museum. 

What to expect upon visiting

  • Face Coverings, covering the mouth and nose, are required for all visitors ages 2 and up inside of the Harn. Visitors are responsible for providing their own face covering.
  • We ask that all visitors please follow directional signage for a one-way path and that you and/or your group please adhere to social distancing of at least 6 ft from other visitors during your visit. We ask that you enjoy the galleries in very small groups of 2 or 3 people to avoid congestion and to maintain social distancing. 
  • Additional, preventative steps we are taking include, limiting visitor occupancy, providing extra hand-sanitizer throughout the building, adjusting and increasing cleaning schedules, and closing smaller areas of the museum where social distancing is not possible.
  • Bags larger than 11" x 14" x 4" are not allowed in the galleries. Bag check is available at the security desk.
  • Groups of 10 or more are required to call Visitor Services in advance at 352.294.7025.
  • Interested in working with the Harn for a class? Please reach out to Eric Segal, Director of Education and Education Curator of Academic Programs at to discuss possible logistics.
  • The Camellia Court Café and Harn Museum of Art Store are currently closed. The Bishop Study Center is also closed. 
  • The Museum’s visitor parking lot will be available free of charge for the summer. Accessible parking is also available. Due to COVID-19 testing in the UF Cultural Plaza until August, guests should enter the plaza via Hull Road.

By visiting the Harn Museum of Art, all visitors voluntarily assume all risks related to COVID-19 exposure and accept and agree to abide by these guidelines and all other signage posted on the premises. The Harn may deny any visitor entry once building limits are reached. Visitors must follow all directional signage and instructions. Any visitor, including members of that visitor’s party, who fails to follow the rules and instructions, may be denied entry or be required to leave the premise. 

Parking Map

Download the map here. Map courtesy of the Florida Museum of Natural History.



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Not ready to visit just yet?

Please continue to enjoy our virtual Museum Nights events, exhibition content on our Watch + Listen page, Harn at Home art activities and updates, and information through our e-newsletters. Follow us on our social media channels: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.



Contact Visitor Services at 352.294.7025.


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

Physical Address

3259 Hull Road
Gainesville, Florida 32611-2700

Located at the UF Cultural Plaza



RTS (Gainesville bus) routes: 20, 117, 119 and 125

From 1-75 (or the West)
Exit 384 (Archer Road / State Road 24)
Travel East for 1.1 miles
Turn left onto SW 34th Street, travel .8 mile
Turn right at the Hull Road light
Turn right into second drive to enter the Cultural Plaza
The Harn Museum is the first building on your right

From Gainesville Regional Airport (or the East)
Exit Airport Drive and turn right onto 39th Avenue (State Road 222)
Travel 5.9 miles
Turn left onto 34th Street
Travel South 3.5 miles
Turn left at the Hull Road light
Turn right into second drive to enter the Cultural Plaza
The Harn Museum is the first building on your right

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.