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Tickets & Hours

Location & Parking

Museum Shop

Groups & Tours

Trip For Families

Trip For Kids



Open To Public
Tuesday – Sunday 11 am–5 pm
Closed Monday

Exhibition Tours
Tuesday – Sunday 2:00 pm

Mansion Tours
Saturday 1:00 pm

Family Tours
Sunday 1:00 pm

Family Art Activities
Sunday 1:30 – 4:00 pm

Museum Store
Tuesday – Sunday
11:00 am – 4:30 pm


Admission Fees

Adults: $15
Seniors: $10
Students with ID: $5
Cildren under 12: $5
Children under 4: Free
Museum Members: Free


Closing Dates

March 4 – 15, 2019
July 8 – 19, 2019
November 4 – 15, 2019
New Year’s Day
Independence Day
Christmas Day

Location & Parking

Nassau County Museum of Art is located on Museum Drive in Roslyn Harbor, off of Northern Boulevard (Route 25A) 1/2 mile west of Glen Cove Road.

Nassau County Museum of Art
One Museum Drive, Roslyn Harbor, NY 11576

Complimentary parking is available on site and a short walk from the Museum buildings. Limited handicap parking is available just past the Museum entrance. Parking is available at the Manes Center, as well.

Museum Shop

The Museum Store is a premier shopping destination featuring a uniquely curated selection of artful gifts, objets d’art and design concepts inspired by the Museum’s exhibits and permanent collection. We offer an extraordinary variety of jewelry, fashion accessories, home décor, books, stationery, arts and crafts and creative toys and games.

Each and every purchase supports and preserves the Museum’s historic property, nature preserve, permanent art collections and the presentation of exhibitions, school and public programs. Now that the Museum Store has been relocated to the second floor, it is more appealing than ever.

Groups & Tours

The Nassau County Museum of Art’s school programs are based on authentic experiences with art and founded on the belief that all children can look at, talk about, and enjoy works of art, given an open and inviting environment to observe, question and reflect. We strive to create experiences that are inquiry based, interactive and multidisciplinary, in order to access the many varied ways that children learn. This is achieved by examining closely, thinking critically, and communicating collectively.

Before You Visit

Let us know of any classroom connections you’d like for us to integrate into your visit. Our team of museum educators want your visit to connect with what you are doing in your classroom! You can also let us know if there is anything in particular we need to know about your students.

Remember to check the weather as the day of your trip gets closer. Have students dress appropriately, since there is a chance you will visit our outdoor sculptures or explore our grounds after your visit.

We have no lunchroom facilities available at the museum, and as a nature preserve we ask that any snacks consumed outside be cleaned up.

It helps if students, particularly in younger grades, wear nametags! This helps the museum educator during gallery conversations.

When You Arrive

The Museum’s Saltzman building is a large brick building a short walk from our parking lot. You have 2 options to discuss with your bus driver. You can either have the bus pull up to the front of the Museum for students to arrive directly at the front door, or your bus can park in the parking lot and you can walk up the brick pathway to the front door.

With either choice, the Museum road becomes one way as you pull up to the Museum’s Saltzman building’s doors – buses can continue around the ring road to end up back at the parking lot.

Jackets, backpacks and water bottles will all be left in class bins when you enter or you may choose to leave them on your bus.

Be Careful

Admiring is encouraged, touching is not. Artworks, including outdoor sculpture, may not be handled or climbed for any reason!

No running, jumping or gum-chewing in the building

All backpacks, packages, water bottles, coats and umbrellas must be left in the coat room upon entering

Please remember that this is a nature preserve; do not engage in any behavior that may harm or damage the wildlife or vegetation that resides here. Please remove any litter you or your group may create

Keep in Mind

An art museum is a place for reflection; please engage in quiet discussion as other groups and individuals concentrate on the exhibitions

We want your visit to be enjoyable and rewarding. With your cooperation we can continue the tradition of welcoming all visitors who love the museum as much as we do!  

Trip For Families

Family programs provide children and their adult companions the opportunity to connect while viewing and making art together. Each week we offer projects that encourage curiosity, experimentation and creative thinking through a variety of experiences and materials inspired by current artworks on view in the gallery space.

Trip For Kids


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