The Museum is open to the public & parking is free with a paid admission! Click here to Purchase Tickets | Visitor FAQs
Please visit Plan Your Visit to learn more about our policies and the measures the museum is taking to keep everyone safe.

Effective Wednesday, August 18, all staff, volunteers, contractors, and visitors over the age of two must wear a mask over the nose and mouth while indoors at the museum. This decision is in accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, which recommends indoor mask wearing for all people in areas of  high transmission, regardless of vaccination status. 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.

Stay six feet apart. Visitors and staff must allow six feet of separation between themselves and others. The museum has signage and other visual reminders to ensure visitors maintain a safe social distance.

Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public place or area of assembly. By visiting the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, you assume all risks associated to exposure to COVID-19 and acknowledge that the Museum cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed.
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Visitor FAQs

• Masks are required by all guests and staff
• Online ticketing or contact-free kiosk to purchase tickets onsite
• PPE approved protective and cleaning materials
• Routine schedule for cleaning the building
• Hand sanitizer stations throughout the building
• OnCell contact-free guided tours
Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public place or area of assembly. By visiting the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, you assume all risks associated to exposure to COVID-19 and acknowledge that the Museum cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed.
Yes! Parking is free with a Cowgirl Museum paid admission. Generously underwritten by The Alan and Nadine Levin Foundation. Redeem your parking voucher at the front desk. Museum Lot, Amon Carter, or Heritage Garage only
In addition to taking the CDC guidelines and recommendations of health officials into consideration, the museum consulted with local and national peer institutions to determine what measures and procedures would best protect visitors and staff. The Museum has implemented a range of safety and sanitation protocols, including frequently cleaning high-touch surfaces and offering a low-contact visitor experience facilitated by monitoring of visitor capacity and signage to encourage social distancing. We look forward to welcoming our community responsibly.
We recommend guests to pre-purchase their tickets before arriving to the Museum, click here to purchase tickets https://bit.ly/onlinetk. When you arrive, you will check-in at the Ticket Kiosk and if you have not pre-purchased tickets, you can purchase on-site at the kiosk.
No food or drinks are allowed in the galleries. Guests are welcome to bring their own food to enjoy at the benches around the fountain in the front of the Museum. Tables will be added back to the Alice Walton Cowgirl Park at a later date. During events, food and drinks are only allowed in the foyer and rotunda.
Photography is allowed, but flash photography is prohibited. Share your photos on social media and tag @cowgirlmuseum.
Yes, the Museum Shop is closed until late summer for renovations.
Visitors may carry bags smaller than 11 x 15 inches. All large bags and backpacks must be checked at Bag Check.
You may leave your umbrella in Bag Check or carry it with you in a plastic bag. Large stick umbrellas cannot be taken into the galleries and can be left in this compartment of the front desk.