Hours and Admission
Admission to MOCRA exhibitions is free.
Please note MOCRA's special summer hours: Monday through Friday, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
During exhibitions MOCRA is open Tuesday through Sunday, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
MOCRA is closed for some holidays. Please check current exhibitions for more information.
We gladly accept donations, with a suggested offering of $5 for adults and $1 for students and children. Some exhibitions may have an additional admission fee. Please check current exhibitions for more information.
How to get to MOCRA, and where to park
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There are two parking spaces designated for handicapped parking behind MOCRA's building.
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There is one flight of steps from MOCRA's lobby into the gallery and a motorized lift available for people in wheelchairs or who have difficulty managing steps. The main gallery is wheelchair accessible. However, there is an additional flight of steps up to the balcony gallery, and unfortunately at this time that area is not wheelchair accessible.
Bringing a group?
MOCRA welcomes tours and class visits.
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Need more information?
If you have any questions or haven't found the information you need, please contact us.
While you're in the neighborhoodThere is much to see and do in St. Louis with respect to the visual arts, and many venues are within easy walking or driving distance of MOCRA.
- MOCRA is one of several museums and galleries at Saint Louis University.
Click here to learn more about the Saint Louis University Museum of Art, Historic Samuel Cupples House, and more.
MOCRA is located in the Grand Center arts district.Click here to find out more about Grand Center, St. Louis's premier destination for art and culture. Grand Center is home to major museums and galleries, the Saint Louis Symphony, the Fabulous Fox Theater, numerous theater, music and dance companies, and more.
Don't forget to eat.Your visit to MOCRA and the neighborhood Grand Center can also include a meal at one of the varied restaurants in the area. Saint Louis University offers a number of dining alternatives; click here to learn more. In addition to its art and culture offerings, Grand Center boasts a number of fine restaurants; click here to learn more. The Midtown Alley neighborhood just east of Grand Center also has some great food offerings; click here to learn more. Feel free to ask MOCRA's staff for recommendations.
Check the Arts Zipper.Click here for a comprehensive calendar of arts and culture in the St. Louis region, produced by the Regional Arts Commission.
Grab your Art Map and go.The Saint Louis Art Map blog is a collaborative blog that seeks to promote critical discussion about the non-profit fine visual arts in St. Louis.You can also download a guide to non-profit visual arts entities in St. Louis. Click here for an interactive online version. Click here for a printable version.