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Aerial view of the Clyfford Still Museum and forecourt
Aerial view of the Clyfford Still Museum and forecourt
The Clyfford Still Museum seen from the North Wing of the Denver Art Museum. Photo by Raul Garcia


Plan Your Visit

During your visit, learn about the legacy of an artist who invented a new way to paint and who continues to inspire artists today. Clyfford Still (1904–1980) had a unique artistic vision and was unwilling to compromise it for money or recognition. Still thought the best way to experience his art was by seeing it all in one place.

Designed specifically to display Clyfford Still’s work, the 28,500-square foot museum is home to approximately 3,125 pieces representing more than 93% of his lifetime of work.

Before your visit, watch a brief video for an introduction to Clyfford Still, the Museum, and how this exceptional collection came to Denver. Purchase general admission tickets in person, over the phone at 720-354-4880, or online to use at any time. Learn more about our enhanced cleaning and safety protocols and our visitor code of conduct.

The Museum welcomes personal manual or motorized wheelchairs, walkers, or scooters and offers manual wheelchairs free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis. Accessible restrooms are located on the main floor. The Museum also offers bench seating on each floor and chairs or stools on request.

Large print and Spanish translation exhibition text are available at the Visitor Services desk. Aides who accompany visitors with disabilities receive free admission, but tickets must be reserved in advance. Service animals are permitted to accompany disabled visitors in all public areas of the Museum. Learn more about accessibility in the Museum.

Learn more about Clyfford Still and Abstract Expressionism in the archives cases on the lower level. Glimpse into painting storage and art conservation areas.

The upper level includes nine exhibition galleries showcasing Still’s art. Please follow directional signs and move counterclockwise through the galleries. Exhibitions rotate several times each year.

A man and a woman lean in to each other and look at a painting
Photo by James Dewhirst

Pick up a free Making Space to Go Kit with the activity, “Experiments with Light and Color” in The Making Space, our hands-on creation studio for people of all ages.

After your visit, stop in the Museum Shop for a new book, poster, or other memento of your visit.


The Clyfford Still Museum is located in Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District adjacent to the Denver Art Museum.

1250 Bannock Street
(13th Avenue and Bannock Street)
Denver, CO 80204


Metered street parking is available and meters are free on Sundays. Covered parking is located at the City of Denver’s Cultural Complex Parking Garage, on 12th Avenue between Broadway and Bannock. After parking, exit the garage and walk past the Denver Art Museum one block west toward Bannock Street to our entrance.

Several surface parking lots are also available across the street and within a few blocks of the Museum. Parking prices vary.

Bike racks are located in front of the Museum near the corner of Bannock St. and 13th Ave.