The museum is closed to the public until further notice. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to welcome you again soon!
The Museum, including its outdoor areas, is temporarily closed to the public. We invite you to explore our Museums From Home page, with activities, learning resources and virtual tours. We look forward to welcoming you again soon!
Galleries, gardens, restrooms, and the Cool Café are all accessible by wheelchair. There is an accessible drop-off point on Lomita Drive and a ramp leading to the south entrance. Wheelchairs and gallery stools are available for visitors’ use. If you require assisted listening devices or sign language interpretation for Group Visits, please advise the Education Department in advance of your visit.
All photos must be for personal and non-commercial use. Wedding, prom, and portrait photography is not permitted either indoors or outside. Please refer to our Museum Policies for further information.
- Strollers are available for visitors’ use.
- Groups of 10 or more are asked to register in advance.
- We allow breastfeeding and bottle-feeding in all spaces, but do not provide any dedicated spaces for feeding.
You belong here.
The Cantor Arts Center plays a leading role in the vibrant, cultural life of the Stanford campus and greater community, welcoming some 200,000 visitors a year. Its collections include more than 38,000 works of art, spanning 5,000 years of history and crossing continents from the Americas to Europe, and from Africa to Asia. The Cantor offers diverse changing exhibitions in 24 galleries, a vibrant family program, lectures, performances, art classes and special events—providing a wealth of experiences for visitors of all ages. But we can't do it without our members.
Make a day of your visit to the Cantor Arts Center.
Cantor Arts Center is one of many ways to enjoy the arts at Stanford. There is always more to see and do right around the corner. Make Cantor Arts Center your first stop on a day full of art.