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Museum Free DayS

Museum Free Days are just that, an opportunity for the public to enjoy our galleries free of charge.
Register in advance (not required)

The second Saturday and third Friday of each month, general admission to the FAC museum is free to the public.


What’s included?

On designated free days, visitors can explore the FAC Museum’s permanent exhibits, interactive exhibits, and special exhibitions for FREE! No need to reserve tickets in advance, just visit on an upcoming free day and admission is free.

Beyond scheduled free days, we offer free general admission throughout the year for the following:

Youth age 12 and under – free year round
Students and teachers with ID – free year round
FAC members – free year round

Not a member?

Join today to enjoy free admission to the FAC Museum and many other benefits including free access to select events, discounts on performing arts tickets, and other special offers throughout the year. Reciprocal programs also provide FAC members free or discounted admission to dozens of other museums and cultural organizations across the U.S. including the Denver Art Museum!

Plan your visit!

Double check our calendar to confirm upcoming free days as select dates may be affected by holidays and campus closures.

Register in advance to reserve tickets (not required)

see what’s on view

Arts and culture play an important role in the community.

The goal of the Fine Arts Center’s free programs (including free museum days) is to provide access to the FAC to the widest possible audience in the Pikes Peak region. Museum free days, the FAC’s other free and reduced-fee programs, such as scholarship programs at Bemis School of Art, our Passport to the Arts Program, special military discounts through the Blue Star Theatres, and Blue Star Museums programs, all make an important impact in our community. These free access opportunities are made possible by our generous supporters.

Image above: Doug Hyde, Hopi Basket Dancers, 1985 (detail)


The Anschutz Foundation