Palmer Museum of Art
The Palmer Museum of Art, a dramatic structure designed by Charles W. Moore with Arbonies King Vlock, is the most prominent visual arts facility on Penn State's University Park campus. With eleven galleries, a print study room, 150-seat auditorium, and a garden for large-scale contemporary sculpture, the Palmer Museum is a cultural resource for students, faculty and staff, the local community, and residents of the surrounding Centre Region.
Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, noon to 4:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays and some holidays
Most campus parking lots are open for free visitor parking on weekends. Lots are restricted Monday through Friday. Day permits may be purchased at the University Parking Office in Eisenhower Parking Deck on Shortlidge Road, at campus kiosks, or at the Centre County Convention & Visitors Bureauon Park Avenue, next to Beaver Stadium. The most convenient place to drop off groups is the bus stop next to the museum on Curtin Road. For group or special needs parking, call the parking office at 814-865-1436.
Please visit http://transportation.psu.edu/arts-performance for more information.
The Palmer Museum of Art is accessible to most audiences. The museum encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. For further information on accessibility, please call 814-865-7672.
The Palmer Museum of Art is located on Curtin Road near the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center-Eisenhower Chapel.
The Palmer Museum of Art is on Penn State's University Park campus, located in the town of State College. The campus is accessible from Routes 322, 220, and 26. Allow three hours from Pittsburgh, four hours from Philadelphia or Washington, D.C., and five hours from New York City.
Rules on Photography
Personal photography of the permanent collection is permitted using available light only. Tripods, flash attachments or other lighting, and movie and video cameras are not permitted in the museum. Photographing special exhibitions is prohibited. Photographs of objects in the museum's permanent collection can be requested from the museum's registrar. Please call 814-863-9189.