Last edited July 13, 2021
Who can visit?
NOTE: The public exhibit has been closed since spring 2020, due to COVID-19. We expect to reopen August 16, 2021. Check back for updates.
[When the museum reopens:] The public exhibit is open to anyone. Many school groups and classes regularly visit. Some people drop by on their way to and from football games on campus. Groups and individuals are always welcome to come in and visit. No appointment is necessary.
Where is the museum?
The museum occupies three rooms at the south end of the first floor of Abelson Hall. Click here for a Campus Map..
The Museum is closed until August 16, 2021. The following information about hours will be valid at reopening.
The museum is open seven days a week from 8 AM to 5 PM, except on holidays or other times when the buildings on campus are closed. The Museum is closed during the University’s period of limited operations from Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day.
The Price of Admission
Admission is always FREE.
We are not currently giving guided tours. You will have to be your own guide.
The Museum does not have separate museum parking. On Saturdays and Sundays, except home football game weekends, you can park for free on campus. During the week, you will need a parking permit or you will have to use metered parking.
Metered parking is available in the parking lot southwest of the intersection of College and Idaho Streets and along College Street west of the intersection.
WSU Parking and Transportation Services can give details about parking permits and prices. Permits for single-day parking are available at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center in downtown Pullman. You can also get a permit at the WSU Parking Services Building, located on the corner of Colorado and D Street.