Admission is free all week at the Nasher Museum: Tuesday through Saturday, June 10 through 15.
One gallery pavilion is closed to refurbish the floors.
We are sorry for any inconvenience.
The Nasher Museum is between Duke University’s East and West campuses, within walking distance from the Sarah P. Duke Gardens. Parking is most plentiful during weekday hours. Plan about two hours to peruse the exhibitions and visit the shop and café.
If you only have an hour …
There is always something new to see at the Nasher Museum, with five to seven exhibitions each year. Save 10 minutes for the Nasher Museum Store, which features books, posters and gifts related to art and exhibitions. The museum is free and open to all on Thursdays, 5-9 PM.
If you can spend half a day …
Structure your visit around the Nasher Museum Café—for coffee, or lunch on weekdays, brunch on weekends and dinner on Thursday nights. The café menu changes seasonally and features fresh, local ingredients. The museum is free and open to all on Thursdays, 5-9 PM, a time to discover gallery talks, sketching in the galleries, films and other free programs. Explore the museum’s three large gallery spaces featuring a wide selection of art, with traveling exhibitions and frequently updated installations from the permanent collection. Walk behind the shop to find the Education Gallery, with installations relevant to Duke classes and curated by faculty with the museum’s academic program coordinator.
If you can plan your visit at least two weeks in advance …
Visit our website calendar for exhibition opening events and a lively schedule of programs, including free Family Days, performing arts events, lectures, films and social gatherings.