The University of Wyoming Art Museum is
located in the dramatic Centennial Complex on the university campus in Laramie,
Wyoming. The Centennial Complex, which also houses the American Heritage
Center, was designed by internationally acclaimed architect Antoine Predock and
is a public building with spacious free parking for visitors. Supported by
public and private funds, the University of Wyoming Art Museum was created to
serve the people of Wyoming and those who visit the state.
Museum exhibitions offer something for
everyone and are displayed in an exciting gallery environment. Special
programs, lectures, openings, workshops, classes, and tours are held on a
regular basis. The University of Wyoming Art Museum offers a year-round source
of education and entertainment for the entire family.
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday,
until 7 p.m.
Closed Sunday & Monday
Museum Store Open during regular Museum hours.
Access for Disabled
Fully wheelchair accessible. Please call in advance for special assistance
Group tours may be arranged in advance by calling 307-766-3496.
Appraisals and Conservation
The Museum does not refer individuals to private appraisers and
conservators. Click here for a list of organizations.
Free public parking is available.