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Installation View. Artist Sue Johnson. Photo by Jeremy Bates

We are excited that you're here!

We now have free admission for our current exhibitions, thanks to the generosity of the Goode Family Foundation.

Tickets are required and can be reserved at the link below. Please get to know our Museum rules so that everyone gets a chance to enjoy the art!

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HOURS¬

THURSDAYS
10am-8pm

FRIDAYS
10am-4pm

SATURDAYS
10am-4pm

SUNDAYS
10am-4pm

Last admission to the galleries is 45 minutes before close.

Holiday hours and closings? Kindly check our events calendar, as they’re subject to change.

Tickets are free! Get them right here.
Free admission made possible by the Goode Family Foundation.

DIRECTIONS¬

Virginia MOCA

2200 Parks Avenue Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Call us: 757-425-0000

WHERE TO FIND US
Virginia MOCA is located six blocks from the Virginia Beach oceanfront at the intersection of I-264 West and Parks Avenue, in the ViBe Creative District.

FROM THE HIGHWAY
To visit us, take I-264 East to its end. Turn left at the first stoplight on to Parks Avenue. Proceed straight through the next stoplight. Directly ahead is the Virginia MOCA parking lot.

FROM THE OCEANFRONT
To visit us, take 22nd street west headed to I-264 West. Turn right at the final light before the highway (there is a big Virginia MOCA sign). Directly ahead is the Virginia MOCA parking lot.

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GUIDELINES¬

Contemporary art is an ever-changing experience, and we want everyone to get to enjoy that! So here are a few things to note before your visit that help us ensure that everyone can have a good time.

MASKS ARE OUR FRIENDS
And must be worn at all times, unless you have been fully-vaccinated—this goes for staff and visitors, ages 4 - 104.

IF YOU CAN'T CARRY IT, LEAVE IT
Even an accidental bump can be a big deal for the artwork. So to keep the work protected, we can't allow large bags, bulky items or backpacks in the gallery. Coat check space is limited so do consider visiting light.

AND OF COURSE...
No food or drinks in the galleries, no flash photos (Dale Chihuly’s Mille Colori is ok, as it lives here permanently), and please touch with your eyes only—we want to preserve the artwork for all future art lovers. And while we love our artists-in-the-making, all kiddos must be accompanied by an adult.

ACCESSIBILITY¬

We strive to make the art experience welcoming to everyone and accessible in many forms.

DIFFICULTY STANDING?
We have portable gallery chairs you can carry with you—they weigh less than 2 pounds! The Museum is also fully wheelchair accessible.

TROUBLE NAVIGATING STAIRS?
There are no stairs required to visit any of the artwork in the Museum.

DO YOU OR A LOVED ONE HAVE VISION IMPAIRMENT?
Audio tours are available for every exhibition and feature a large selection of the works. Some of the exhibitions also have Spanish language audio tours.

ON A BUDGET?
Thanks to the generous support of some friends of ours, the Museum is free of charge.

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EVENTS

Come Join Us

From interactive talks with artists, to guided tours of the Museum, there are events for all ages, interests, and artistic experience.

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Come create with us

Check out all the ways you and your kiddos can learn through art and making.

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