& CELL PHONES
Photography of any kind is not allowed in the Museum. Please put away your camera and silence your cell phone. You can take important calls outside the entry or in the Sculpture Garden. You can also use your cell phone to access BAM’s audio guide.
FOOD & DRINK
Please keep food, drink, and gum out of the Museum. You can have a picnic in the park or visit nearby restaurants downtown.
KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE
Please don’t touch the artwork. You can help BAM keep artwork safe by not touching artwork or leaning on walls and cases.
BAM staff members are here to help. You can find associates and volunteers at the front desk if you have questions.
Please check backpacks, bags, and strollers. Child carriers can be worn on your chest. You can borrow smaller strollers at the front desk.
Please use pencils only when taking notes and sketching. You can borrow clipboards and pencils at the front desk.
Please accompany children at all times so you can enjoy your visit together.
WATCH THE VIDEO
Please help young visitors understand the Museum Manners. You can watch the animation ‘Why Art Museums Have Rules’ here.
No weapons are permitted in the Museum.
Boise Art Museum is committed to the principles of welcoming, sharing, and respect for all. The Museum reserves the right to refuse admission to or eject any person whose conduct the Museum deems to be disorderly or abusive or who fails to comply with these or other Museum rules.
Photography of any kind is not allowed in the Museum due to copyright and contractual agreements. For media inquiries related to the Boise Art Museum for photography, please contact Hana Van Huffel, Marketing and Creative Services Coordinator, at 208-345-8330 ext. 135.