Admission to the UAM is always free and open to the public.
Sunday - Thursday 12pm − 5pm
Wednesday 12pm − 8pm
Friday - Saturday Closed
The UAM is closed all University holidays.
The University Art Museum is located on the campus of California State University, Long Beach.
University Art Museum, CSULB
1250 Bellflower Boulevard
Long Beach, CA 90840
Individualized driving, walking, and public transportation directions available via Google Maps.
Enter from Bellflower Blvd. Turn onto Beach Drive. Continue on Beach Drive. Turn left on Merriam Way. Continue on Merriam Way. After the bridge turn right into Lot 15. The UAM is only a short walk from Lot 15.
The daily permit rate is $8 and you will need your license plate number for the new permit kiosks.
University Art Museum and disabled parking spaces are available in Lot 15.
UAM Permits are available at the parking permit kiosk for $8.
Additional and short term parking is available in Lot 17.
Maps, updated campus parking information, and construction schedules are available via the CSULB Maps, Traffic, and Parking Information page.
Metro provides bus and rail transportation throughout Long Beach, including to the UAM and CSULB. For your best public transportation route, please visit the Metro Trip Planner.
The University Art Museum offers tours for all students, K-12 school classes, and community groups interested in visiting the UAM’s galleries and the campus sculpture collection. Tours are conducted by UAM Docents, who provide a variety of meaningful experiences to accommodate the diverse needs of visitors.
Community groups, organizations, and clubs are encouraged to reach out to the UAM to schedule a tour by contacting Christina Alegria, curator of education, for the sculpture tour, by submitting this online Sculpture Tour Request form.
Please make your request at least two weeks prior to your preferred visit date.
To ensure the safety of the artwork, the UAM requires visitors to check backpacks, bags, and large items at the front desk. The UAM may refuse to accept other items at its discretion and is not responsible for items held at the front desk.
Food and drink may not be carried into the galleries.
Pens and markers are not permitted within the galleries. Pencils are available at the front desk.
Flash photography, tripods, and video cameras are not permitted inside the museum.