Kirkland Museum has three principal collections, all shown together in salon style, allowing visitors to time travel through about 150 years of art. The evolving collections contain over 30,000 works
Kirkland Museum has three principal collections, all shown together in salon style, allowing visitors to time travel through about 150 years of art. The evolving collections contain over 30,000 works by more than 1,500 artists and designers. The collections are: international decorative art from about 1870 to the present, with examples of every major design period from Arts & Crafts through Postmodern; a retrospective of Colorado painter Vance Kirkland (1904–1981) and the work of other Colorado and regional artists.
In order to comply with city and state mandates, the following safety measures are now in place to visit Kirkland Museum:
- Timed tickets may be purchased onlinein advance of visits with a limit of four parties per 15-minute time slot.
- All Kirkland Museum brochures and gallery guides may now be accessed online.
- All staff and visitors are required to wear face coverings and to maintain social distancing between groups.
Also, cleaning is enhanced throughout the museum and touchless hand sanitizer dispensers are available for guest use. Read Kirkland Museum ticketing page and Visitor FAQs for more information and further visitation guidelines.
For more information, please visit kirklandmuseum.org.
(Tuesday) 11:00 am - 6:00 pm