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.
Please buy tickets online before your visit. Enjoy more ways to connect to the collection and Museum with the digital guide, available on the free arts and culture app Bloomberg Connects, available via Google Play or the App Store. Learn more about CSM’s mobile guide. Watch a brief video for an introduction to Clyfford Still, the Museum, and how this exceptional collection came to Denver. If you are visiting with children, watch the bilingual Art Protector animated video and learn how to keep the art safe for everyone to enjoy. Join the Museum in our continuing work tackling the global climate crisis by taking our green visitor pledge.
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 exhibition text is available in the first gallery. 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. Exhibitions rotate several times each year.
Deepen your appreciation of the art on view through directed activities or experiment with a variety of art materials to try something new in The Making Space, located on the gallery level. Enjoy activities and materials in this 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. Or, shop online before your visit!
Please read our visitor code of conduct.
Call 720-354-4880 or email us if you have any questions.
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
The Museum does not have designated parking for visitors. Taking public transportation or biking to the Museum is strongly encouraged.
Bikes and Scooters
A high-comfort bikeway on 13th Ave. leads directly to the Clyfford Still Museum. Bike racks are located in front of the Museum near the corner of Bannock St. and 13th Ave. Lyft and Lime bikes and scooters are available throughout the city. Bike racks are located in front of the Museum near the corner of Bannock St. and 13th Ave.
You can reach the Museum from anywhere in the metro area via RTD, the Regional Transportation District. For bus and light rail information, visit rtd-denver.com. The 52 bus line stops directly outside the Museum on Bannock St.
Metered street parking is available around the Museum and meters are free on Sundays (and after 6 p.m. for evening programs). Covered parking is located at the City of Denver’s Cultural Complex Parking Garage, on 12th Avenue between Broadway and Bannock. You will need to enter your license plate number to pay in the garage. After parking, exit the garage and walk past the Denver Art Museum one block west toward Bannock Street to our entrance. Parking is available in the Cultural Center Garage at 12th and Broadway.