Latent Emissions, Chakaia Booker
Museum Gallery Viewing Hours
Admission is free.
10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
and until 7:30 p.m. every Thursday
Closed Sunday, Monday, and national holidays
The galleries are closed on these national holidays:
New Year's Eve and New Year's Day
Good Friday, Easter Sunday, and sometimes Holy Saturday
Fourth of July/Independence Day
Thanksgiving and the Friday after Thanksgiving
During the campus-wide December holiday break, which includes Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
View our Events page for holiday closure dates as well.
The Museum is located on the south edge of the University of Notre Dame campus, in Notre Dame, Indiana, across from the northwest corner of the Notre Dame Stadium.
Snite Museum GPS Coordinates
For an interactive campus map, go to https://map.nd.edu
There are ten permanent collection galleries, spanning three floors, that are open year-round, and five special galleries that frequently change exhibitions.
Main Museum Office
Staffed Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Front Entrance Security Desk
Staffed during the week, and on Saturdays
Friends of the Snite Museum Office
Requests for guided K-12 grade school tours
UND faculty tour requests
(574) 631–4718 or Hoyt.email@example.com
We ask that Museum guests also follow these standard Museum guidelines:
- Use your eyes, not your hands. Touching any work of art is not allowed, including the walls and pedestals on which artworks are displayed.
- Food, gum, and beverages 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 (which are available free-of-charge).
- Coats not placed in the coatroom must be worn, not carried or tied around the waist.
- Photography of artworks that the Museum owns is allowed (without flash or use of a tripod). Keep an eye out for the "no photography" symbol in special exhibitions, or for works of art on loan. When in doubt, ask a security guard if you can take a photo.
- The Snite Museum welcomes visitors to use its collection for study, inspiration, and enjoyment. Sketching with pencil and paper (without an easel) is allowed in the galleries. Only dry media in pencil form (charcoal, graphite, colored pencil, etc.) may be used.