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Open Tuesday through Sunday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Mondays (July and August only), 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Adults: $10 (includes admission to permanent collection)
Members, children 18 and under, and students with I.D. are always admitted at no charge.
An Acoustiguide audio tour featuring highlights from Jacques-Louis David: Empire to Exile is available for $5 ($3 for members)
To plan a group visit, please contact the Education Department at 413-458-0363, or e-mail the Education Department. Group visits must be arranged at least three weeks in advance. One-hour gallery talks highlighting the permanent collection are available for groups. Guides for adult groups are $50 per guide (limit 25 people per guide). There is no charge for guides for school groups.
Groups are encouraged to reserve covered outdoor space for lunch or picnic on the Clark's expansive lawns in good weather; box lunches are available by advance order. Indoor facilities for group meals are not available.
The Clark restaurant is open from June 7 through September 6, offering elegant table service between 11:30 am and 2:30 pm daily. À la carte prepared sandwiches, salads, pastries, coffee, and drinks are also available anytime during gallery hours (until one-half hour before closing) to enjoy indoors or al fresco on our beautiful grounds. Patrons and Friends of the Clark receive a fifteen percent discount.
Buses should enter the Clark grounds through the service entrance. Passengers will disembark at the Main Entrance, and bus parking is available on-site.
A fully illustrated catalogue of the exhibition is available for purchase through the Museum Shop and online store.
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