We’re closed May 29 for Memorial Day. See special hours.
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Visitor Experience Desk
The Wexner Center is closed on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
Tickets for most Wexner Center events are on sale at wexarts.org, the Visitor Experience Desk on the entrance level of the Wexner Center, and in Mershon Auditorium Lobby. The Visitor Experience Desk remains open for in-person ticket sales until one half-hour after a film start time, until the start of the second film of double features, or until after a performance begins. Please note instructions for purchasing tickets for off-site events on wexarts.org.
Free for all audiences during regular hours thanks to the generous support of American Electric Power Foundation, Adam Flatto, Mary and C. Robert Kidder, Bill and Sheila Lambert, CoverMyMeds, and the PNC Foundation.
Please note: You will be asked to check backpacks, large purses and other large bags, and umbrellas before entering the galleries.
Gallery hours are closed between exhibitions. Check the current schedule.
COTA (Central Ohio Transit Authority) buses provide direct and easy access to the Wexner Center from downtown and other city and suburban neighborhoods. Plan your COTA trip to the Wexner Center (1871 N. High Street).
Ohio State’s CABS (Campus Area Bus Service) program provides free bus transportation throughout the campus area. Learn more about the CABs route here.
The Wexner Center for the Arts would like to acknowledge that the land we occupy is the ancestral and contemporary territory of the Shawnee, Potawatomi, Delaware, Miami, Peoria, Seneca, Wyandotte, Ojibwe and Cherokee peoples. Specifically, the Wexner Center for the Arts resides on land ceded in the 1795 Treaty of Greenville and the forced removal of tribes through the Indian Removal Act of 1830. We want to honor the resiliency of these tribal nations and recognize the historical contexts that have and continue to affect the Indigenous peoples of this land.