Tips for Your Visit
Help us protect the art and ensure an enjoyable and safe visit for all. We appreciate your cooperation with these simple guidelines:
- Please walk and use respectful voices in the galleries.
- Look but don’t touch, oil from your fingers can damage the artwork.
- No food, drink, or gum is permitted in the galleries.
- Pencils only please (no pens).
- Check backpacks, large bags, and umbrellas at the welcome desk. Groups are encouraged to leave large bags at home, school, or on the bus.
The UMFA welcomes all visitors and strives to be accessible to everyone. Visit the Accessibility page for more information about available accommodations.
Trailhead, Basecamp, and Lookout
Need a break? Comfy seating and charging stations are available at the Trailhead, Basecamp, and Lookout conversation areas.
Check out our free audio guide to discover more about the art on view.
While at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, you may be photographed, filmed, and/or otherwise recorded by our staff photographer. Please let the photographer know if you do not give your consent.
Photographs taken by visitors may be used for personal, non-commercial use only and may not be distributed. No flash photography is permitted—intense light damages the artwork. No tripods, light stands, selfie sticks, or large camera bags are not permitted in galleries, bulky equipment may damage objects.
Photoshoot scheduling is currently on pause until further notice, as we revise the policy.
Commercial photography, portrait sessions, and bridal or engagement shoots require scheduling and fees and are not permitted without prior permission.
No video recording is permitted in the Museum. Photography is not permitted for objects or galleries identified with a "No Photography" symbol. You can request image reproductions of objects from the permanent collection here.
Sketching in the Museum
Please visit our Sketching in the Galleries page for our most up-to-date policy.