Things to know for your museum visit
We want you to enjoy your visit to the Albany Museum of Art. We do important work preserving artifacts for future generations. One day, your future children and grandchildren will be viewing art at the AMA!
We don't want to make the museum forbidding or stuffy, but we do have to make sure the art is protected and that visitors have a good experience. So, we have some guidelines for visitors.
Here are some important things to remember when you visit the AMA:
1. We do not allow food, drink or gum in our museum galleries. If you brought a drink or snack with you, feel free to use one of the picnic tables on the AMA grounds.
2. Photography is allowed in the exhibition areas as long as you do not use a flash. If you post to social media, please include the tag #albanymuseumofart. It's a good idea to check with your museum teacher or docent before taking pictures.
3. Please do not touch any of the artwork. It can be easily damaged.
4. Under current health guidelines, all visitors are required to wear a facemask while inside the AMA.
5. Please do not run, wrestle or push your classmates or friends. Activity like that can damage museum artifacts and put other visitors in danger.
6. Use your "inside voice." Loud noises can disturb other visitors, so yelling, loud laughing and whistling should be avoided.
7. Feel free to ask questions about the exhibitions and the museum itself. Enjoy your visit to the Albany Museum of Art.
If you have any questions, contact Annie Vanoteghem at 229.439.8400 or email@example.com.