Visit

Admission is free and the Museum is open to the public.

Museum Gallery Viewing Hours 

Tuesday–Friday
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 
and until 7:30 p.m. every Thursday

Saturday
Noon – 5:00 p.m. 

Closed Sunday, Monday, and national holidays

The galleries are closed on these national holidays:
New Year's Eve and New Year's Day
Memorial Day
Fourth of July/Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving and the Friday after Thanksgiving
During the campus-wide December holiday break, which includes Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

See our Events page for holiday closure dates as well.

Location
The Museum is located on the campus of the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, across from the NW corner of the football stadium.

Snite Museum GPS Coordinates
N41° 41.966’
W086° 14.141’

For an interactive campus map, go to https://map.nd.edu

Gallery Maps

There are ten permanent collection galleries on three floors that are open year-round for viewing, plus five special exhibition galleries that frequently change exhibitions.

Snite Museum of Art gallery floor plan (two pages).

Phone Numbers

Main Museum Office
Staffed Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(574) 631- 5466

Saturdays if you must reach someone in the Snite Museum
call the Museum Security Desk at (574) 631- 4713

Friends of the Snite Museum Office
(574) 631- 5516

Tours

Requests for guided K-12 grade school tours
(574) 631 - 3093

UND faculty tour requests
(574) 631- 4718 or Hoyt.14@nd.edu

Museum General Guidelines for Visitors
--Please do not touch any work of art, nor the walls and pedestals on which they are displayed.
--Food, beverages, and gum are not permitted in the galleries.
--Bags, purses, and backpacks larger than 11 x 15 inches must be left in the coatroom or stored in a locker (available free of charge).
--Coats not placed in the coatroom must be worn–not carried or tied around the waist.
--Photography without the use of flash or tripods is allowed of artworks owned by Snite Museum of Art.  Photography is not allowed of works on loan to the Snite Museum. Look for the no photography icon sign or ask a security guard if you are unsure whether an artwork can be photographed.

View the Plan Your Visit page for more information.