Visitor Guidelines and Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Updated March 1, 2022

Please review our visitor guidelines below to prepare for your visit. All guidelines are subject to change. 

Effective March 1, 2022, the Kimbell no longer requires visitors to wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Individuals may choose to wear a mask at any time.  

We will continue to monitor CDC guidelines and update these health and safety measures as needed. 


If you’re sick, please visit us another time. 
For the safety of all visitors and staff, anyone who is sick or has any sign of a respiratory illness should stay home.  


No large bags. 
Parcel check is self-service at this time. Strollers and soft-front baby carriers are permitted. 


Wash and sanitize your hands. 
Hand sanitizing stations are located throughout the buildings, including at every entrance. Custodial staff have increased their cleaning frequency among high-touch, high-traffic locations. 


Bring your own device.  
Audio wands are no longer available for visitor use. Visitors are encouraged to download the Kimbell app on their personal device (iTunes  •  Google Play) and bring headphones to experience audio tours of the permanent collection and special exhibitions.  


Please comply with staff requests. 
Visitors are asked to comply with all Kimbell signage and personnel requests. The safety and comfort of our entire community is our top priority. 

Plan Your Visit


We are committed to offering inclusive, meaningful experiences for all ages and abilities. Information on accessibility has been updated to reflect changes made due to social distancing protocols. To plan your visit or share feedback on how we can make the Kimbell more accommodating, contact us at 817-332-8451, ext. 239, or email us.   

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Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public place or area of assembly. By visiting the Kimbell Art Museum, you assume all risks associated with exposure to COVID-19 and acknowledge that the museum cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed.