clyfford still | museum
A woman in an orange sweater looks up a a large abstract painting by Clyfford Still
Woman wearing an orange sweater looks up at a large abstract painting with brown, yellow red, blue, black, and orange paint
Photo by Trevr Merchant

Hours + Tickets

Join us for the new exhibition Stories We Tell: The Collection Two Ways, presenting works from the Museum’s collection in two complementary but alternate ways as a means to understand how artworks and their meaning can change based on curatorial strategy. Tickets are on sale now!

Members Free – join today
Adults $10
Seniors (65+) $8
17 and under Free – tickets required
College students
(with valid ID)
(with valid ID)
Monday Closed
Tuesday–Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sundays 10 – 11 a.m. Member Hour
Sundays 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Plan Ahead

Before arriving onsite, please review our Visitor Code of Conduct designed to enhance patrons’ safety. As a reminder, all persons ages three+ must wear face coverings in the Museum at all times. Please have your tickets (paper or digital) available and ready to scan upon arrival at the Museum.

Persons who are feeling ill or who have been exposed to COVID-19 within the past two weeks are asked to visit at a later date.

Learn more about our enhanced cleaning and safety protocols. While these new protocols may require more advance planning, CSM is committed to making a visit to the Museum as safe as possible.

For the best experience, watch the Clyfford Still Museum orientation video prior to your arrival.

Call 720-354-4880 for more information (staffed Tuesday-Sunday, 9:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.).

Shop Ahead

The Clyfford Still Museum Shop offers online purchase pickup service onsite Monday–Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Choose “pickup” instead of shipping during your purchase. Shop for thoughtfully curated items online before your visit and we will have your purchases ready for pickup during your visit.

The Clyfford Still Museum Shop’s goal is to complement a Museum visit and to be a trusted resource for art-related merchandise. Products sold reflect the mission, collection, exhibitions, and programs of the Museum. Most of our special products are original, handmade or locally produced. We strive to collaborate with local artists, artisans, and vendors that support a sustainable environment.

People wearing masks and social distancing shop in a museum bookstore
Museum Shop by James Dewhirst