Visit the Pulitzer
Admission & Hours
Free Admission & Parking
Admission to the Pulitzer is free, and public parking is readily available.
The Pulitzer will be closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
3716 Washington Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63108
tel 314 754 1850
fax 314 754 1851
MetroLink, Blue or Red Line – Grand Station
MetroBus, 70 Grand Bus – Grand and Lindell stop
MetroBus, 97 Delmar – Delmar and Grand stop
Both Olive Street and Washington Boulevard are low-traffic, safe roads to access the Pulitzer by bicycle. Bike racks are located on Washington to the west of the Pulitzer.
Tours can be scheduled at any time during open hours. Based on the needs or interests, tours can be structured to address a variety of themes related to the exhibitions on view or the building’s architecture. The Pulitzer welcomes students of all ages, interests, and degrees of expertise.
For more information or to schedule a tour, please contact Jackie Meade, Visitor Services Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 314 754 1850 ext. 240.
- All levels of the museum are accessible by elevator, which is located in the northeast corner of the building.
- Visitors may borrow a standard manual wheelchair during their visit.
- Gallery stools are available upon request.
- Certified service animals are welcome.
- Single occupancy / all gender restrooms are available.
- Baby changing stations are available.
- Food and drink, flash photography, and the use of pens and markers are prohibited in the galleries; please use pencils only.
- Artwork is installed without the addition of any wall text; however complimentary gallery guides are available at the front desk.
- Strollers are welcome in our galleries.
- Luggage, carry-on bags, and oversized backpacks must be stored in the coatroom.
- Coats and personal items may be stored in the coatroom during your visit.
- Be sure to visit our three distinct outdoor spaces: water court, terrace, and courtyard.
- The Pulitzer is located within the Grand Center Arts District, St. Louis’s premier neighborhood for culture and entertainment.