Plan your visit

Select galleries are currently closed for installation. See what’s on view

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Hours

TUE 10 AM – 5 PM
WED 10 AM – 5 PM
THU 10 AM – 9 PM
FRI 10 AM – 9 PM*
SAT 10 AM – 5 PM
SUN 10 AM – 5 PM

Closed Mondays
* The ICA closes at 5 PM on the first Friday of every month for First Fridays, a ticketed event.

Holidays

Open

We are open on the following national holidays, when admission is FREE for all: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Labor Day, and Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

Closed

The ICA is closed on Patriot’s Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. The ICA will be closed Jan 2–7, 2024 for Staff Appreciation Week.

The ICA is supported in part by grants from the Barr Foundation; Bloomberg Philanthropies; the Mellon Foundation; and the Mass Cultural Council, which receives funding from the State of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Official Hotel Partner

Logo for Four Seasons Hotel, One Dalton Street, BOston

Admission

Youth 18 and under (and all BPS students):  FREE
General Admission:  $20
Students:  $15
Seniors (60+):  $17

ICA members:  FREE — Learn more
ICA university members:  FREE — Learn more
Corporate members:  FREE — Request free admission tickets
Group visits — Learn more

To purchase museum admission gift certificates, please call our Visitor Services team at 617-478-3100.

Special Discounts

Free Thursday Nights

Admission is FREE for all every Thursday from 5 to 9 PM during ICA Free Thursday Nights. Advanced tickets are recommended for free days and nights. Tickets for Free Thursday Nights become available at 10 AM the morning of.

Play Dates / Free Admission for Families

When accompanied by kids 12 and under, up to 2 adults per family admitted free the last Saturday of every month except November and December. Use the promo code PLAYDATE when reserving tickets online for these dates. Check out our calendar for more information.

BPS Sundays

Boston Public Schools (BPS) families can visit for free! Each BPS student and up to three adult family members can receive free admission to the ICA on the first two Sundays of every month with a school ID or their personalized BPS email, sent by BPS each week before each month’s program. To visit the ICA on BPS Sundays, please check in at the Visitor Desk on the day of the event to reserve your free tickets.

Card to Culture

We are proud to participate in the Card to Culture program, a collaboration between Mass Cultural Council and the Department of Transitional Assistance, the Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program, and Massachusetts Health Connector, by broadening accessibility to cultural programming. For ticketing information, please click the Special Discounts menu above.

Directions + Parking

25 Harbor Shore Drive
Boston, MA 02210

617-478-3100

Located on Boston Harbor in the city’s dynamic Seaport district, the ICA is a short distance from downtown Boston and easily accessible by public transportation, car, bike, or water taxi.

Like many Boston cultural institutions, the ICA does not own or operate a parking garage. Please be aware that parking availability is limited, especially on weekdays. There are multiple paid parking options near the ICA (see below), but please note, parking can be challenging due to the construction taking place in our developing neighborhood. We strongly recommend visitors consider public transportation; the museum is a short distance from the Courthouse stop on the MBTA Silver Line. Taking a car service may also be a more convenient and cost-efficient option, in particular for visitors with accessibility concerns.

By public transportation

By car

By water

By bike

Parking areas

Shopping + Dining

ICA Store

“The ICA’s gift shop is the most alluring in the city. A half-floor below the ticket counter, the shop channels the museum’s talent for curation into a fantastic selection of stationery, handmade pottery from Japan, jewelry from skilled artisans, and contemporary prints, all presented alongside art and travel books. Next time it’s your birthday, or anyone’s birthday, you’ll want to flock here for a flawless gift.” —Conde Nast Traveler

ICA Members receive 10% off every purchase. All purchases support ICA exhibitions, performances, and educational programs. Open during museum hours; admission is not required.

Visit icastore.org

ICA Wine + Coffee Bar

The new waterfront ICA Wine + Coffee Bar offers light bites by The Catered Affair and a list of natural wines selected by nationally recognized sommelier Lauren Friel of Rebel Rebel and Dear Annie.

Hours
Thu + Fri: 11 AM–8:30 PM
Sat + Sun: 11 AM–4:30 PM
Hours subject to change

There are also many restaurants, coffee shops, and bars close by in the Seaport. Explore the options to learn what else the neighborhood has to offer.

ICA Digital Guide

Explore the ICA online with our new Digital Guide, available for free on the Bloomberg Connects app.

Hear directly from artists, go behind the scenes with our building architects, and get context for artworks on view.

Download it for free before your visit in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store – get a head start on your visit, and explore museums and cultural institutions around the world as well!

Download now

Accessibility + Visitor Policies

Accessibility

Visitor Policies