Visit & Explore
The new Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts is now open and admission is always free.
Timed-entry tickets are highly recommended to guarantee admission. Reserve your tickets now.
Enhance your visit to AMFA with our free Mobile Guide, containing a map of the museum and a series of audio tours highlighting the building, grounds, and works on view.
Hours and Location
The Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts is located at 501 East Ninth Street in Downtown Little Rock.
Museum hours are as follows:
- Tuesday - Saturday / 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Sunday / 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
- Monday / Closed
If you have any questions, please contact Guest Services:
Led by Executive Chef Patrick Herron, Park Grill is a full-service restaurant serving Contemporary American fare with artistic flavors. Located adjacent to the Museum's Park Entrance, the restaurant offers indoor, outdoor, and private dining options with beautiful views of the Museum grounds and MacArthur Park.
Reservations are recommended for lunch. Drop-ins welcome in the evening.
Tuesday - Saturday / Lunch 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Evening 2 to 8 p.m.
Sunday / Lunch 12 to 2 p.m., Evening 2 to 5 p.m.
The Museum Store is a premier shopping destination. Every item has been thoughtfully selected and inspired by the art and artists on view at AMFA.
Celebrate the Museum’s permanent collection through exclusive merchandise and discover hand-crafted items by AMFA-selected artists. Shop for art supplies and explore the broad selection of art books for renewed inspiration. The children’s section is sure to delight with a playful variety of art-inspired toys.
Members receive a 10% discount at the Museum Store.
The Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts is committed to creating an inclusive community space for everyone.
Below is a list of accessibility accommodations available for AMFA guests. Please stop by a Guest Services Desk during your visit or contact us ahead of your visit if you have any questions or need any assistance.
Wheelchairs are available for use on a first-come, first-serve basis and may be obtained at a Guest Services Desk. Motorized wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, canes, and other mobility aides are permitted in all areas of the Museum.
Booster seats can be obtained at the Guest Services Desk in the Atrium across from the Performing Arts Theater, or by asking a Guest Services Associate or Usher.
Portable stools are available for use in the galleries and may be obtained at a Guest Services Desk or in the Stephens Galleries.
Sign Language Interpretation
American Sign Language interpretive performances are available upon request. Please contact us for more information.
EnChroma glasses for children and adults with color-blindness or color vision deficiency may be obtained at a Guest Services Desk.
Sensory Bags and Weighted Blankets
Sensory bags and weighted blankets are available for both children and adults and may be checked out at a Guest Services Desk. Each bag contains headphones, sunglasses, a fidget item, and a weighted plush.
Membership at AMFA is available for all. Visit a Guest Services Desk and ask about Pay-What-You-Can membership options.
Do I need a ticket to visit AMFA?
At this time, we highly recommend reserving a free timed ticket ahead of your visit for guaranteed admission.
Can I take a tour of AMFA?
Museum tours are regularly scheduled for Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. during Wednesday Spins and Saturday and Sunday at 1:00 p.m. All guests are welcome to drop in and take a tour during these times with no advance registration required.
If you are interested in booking a group tour, docent-led tours are available for groups of 15 or more adults. Request a Group Tour
If you are interested in booking a school tour, docent-led tours are available for student groups of 15 to 60 with at least two chaperones required per 15 students. Request a School Tour
Where do I park?
Free parking is available in our parking lot off Commerce Street or along Crescent Drive off Ninth Street.
We do anticipate a large volume of guests following our Grand Opening, so we encourage carpooling, ride sharing, or walking from nearby parking decks.
AMFA is also accessible by bus on Little Rock METRO Route 6 at Commerce Street and Route 23 at Ninth Street.
Can I take pictures at AMFA?
Guests are encouraged to take photographs for personal, non-commercial use. Restrictions may apply for specific works or exhibitions.
Flash photography, tripods, selfie sticks, and disruptions to other guests are prohibited.
Formal portraits, commissioned photographs, and commercial use photographs require a permit from AMFA, and can be applied for by contacting email@example.com.
Can I bring food or beverages to AMFA?
We invite you to join us at our restaurant for food or beverages. Outside food and drink (other than water) is not permitted.
No food or beverages are permitted in the galleries.
Are pets allowed at AMFA?
No animals, other than service animals, are allowed in the building.
“Comfort animals,” “therapy animals,” “companion animals,” or “emotional support animals" are not considered service animals as defined by the ADA as they are not trained to perform a specific task for an individual with a disability.
Does AMFA have a lost & found?
If you lose an item during your visit to the Museum, please visit a Guest Services Desk for assistance. If you need help locating a lost item after your visit, please contact Guest Services at 501.372.4000 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Found items are held with AMFA Security for 30 days.
How can I keep up with AMFA news and updates?
There are several ways you can stay in the know about all things AMFA:
- Become an AMFA member to enjoy member-exclusive news and updates.
- Not ready to join? Sign up for our emails.
- Full inbox? Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube.
How do I become a member?
AMFA memberships start at just $70 per year, and it's easy to sign up online.