Photograph by Virginia Harold

Admission & Hours

Free Entry & Parking
Admission to the Pulitzer is free. Visitors can park for free in the lot adjacent to the museum.

Museum Hours
Thursday, 10am–5pm
Friday, 10am–8pm
Saturday, 10am–5pm
Sunday, 10am–5pm

Outdoor Campus Hours
Open daily, sunrise–sunset

The Pulitzer will be closed Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day with limited hours on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.


Pulitzer Arts Foundation
3716 Washington Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63108

Park-Like is located across the street from the museum at 3713 Washington Boulevard

Spring Church is located across the street from the museum at 620 N Spring Avenue

Main 314 754 1850
Visitor Questions 314 754 1848

Public Transportation
MetroLink, Blue or Red Line – Grand Station
MetroBus, 70 Grand Bus – Grand and Lindell stop
MetroBus, 97 Delmar – Delmar and Grand stop

Olive Street and Washington Boulevard are low-traffic roads recommended for biking. Bike racks are located on Washington Boulevard to the west of the Pulitzer.

Visitor Tips

  • 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 museum guides are available at the information desk.
  • Strollers are welcome in our galleries.
  • A tip sheet for visiting with children is available for download here.
  • Only small bags are permitted in the galleries. Luggage, backpacks, or oversized bags must be stored in the coatroom; lockers are available free of charge. 

Our Neighborhood

The Pulitzer is located in the Grand Center Arts District, which is home to over 30 arts organizations. Learn more about the arts in our neighborhood and be sure to visit the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis located next door.

Photography and Videography

The Pulitzer welcomes visitors to take photographs of the museum and its campus for personal use. Flash, tripods, and additional equipment are not allowed inside the museum or courtyard. Commercial photography and videography is prohibited without the permission of the Pulitzer. Requests may be permitted in outdoor spaces—Park-Like, the Spring Church, and other areas—with prior approval. 

Non-commercial and commercial photographers, including wedding photography, should direct questions to

Press photographers should direct questions to

View our full policy here: Photography and Videography Policy

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