FAQs

WHAT ARE YOUR HOURS?

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Monday through Saturday, 10am – 5pm. Sundays 1 – 5pm

The Museum is closed on Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

NQM is also closed during the first week of January each year for maintenance.

IS THERE AN ADMISSIONS FEE?

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There is no charge for NQM members. There is a fee of $15 for adults. Seniors and military/veterans are $13. Students are $5. Children 12 and under are free.

IS THERE ONSITE PARKING?

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Parking is free. The museum has a large lot which is entered via 3rd Street. Plentiful public parking is also available nearby.

WHAT WILL I SEE AT THE MUSEUM?

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You will see selections from the museum’s extraordinary collection of contemporary quilts, as well as changing exhibitions that celebrate the work of today’s finest quilters from America and around the globe. The museum also features a wonderful gift shop and quilt-themed stained glass throughout the lobby.

NQM’s expansive lawn also features the bronze sculpture “On the Trail of Discovery” by George Lundeen.

IS THE MUSEUM HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE?

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The National Quilt Museum is all on one level and ADA compliant with wheelchair access to all galleries, restroom facilities and has automatic doors at the building entrance. If you require special accommodations, we recommend contacting us prior to your visit. The museum offers complimentary wheelchairs and walkers.

CAN I TAKE PHOTOS IN THE GALLERIES?

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Non-flash photography and video is permitted in the museum galleries for personal use only. We also ask that you do not touch the art.