General admission to The Broad is free and includes access to The Broad's collection galleries on the third floor, which display a robust and changing selection of works. Advance free general admission tickets are released online on the first of every month for the following month (i.e. on October 1 at noon PT, tickets for November will be made available), and are often fully booked. Free general admission entrance is also available through an onsite standby line at the museum every day except Mondays, when the museum is closed.
General admission tickets through April are now available. General admission tickets for May will be released on April 1, 2018 at noon PT. Visit our ticketing portal then to book your free advance general admission tickets.
Tours & Talks
Throughout the day, The Broad's Visitor Services Associates offer pop-up art talks in the third floor galleries and Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth, as well as lead public gallery tours Tuesday through Sunday at 1:15 and 3:15 p.m. Tours meet on the third floor and are accessible with free general admission tickets. Group visits and guided tours are also available for The Broad's third floor galleries and the Jasper Johns: 'Something Resembling Truth.' special exhibition.
Don't forget to visit The Shop at The Broad to take home something from our curated assortment of gifts, design objects, prints and more. Your purchase helps fund free general admission that The Broad offers as well as its popular public programs.
There are two ways to access the museum:
1) Reserve advance tickets
Advance tickets are made available on the first of each month for the following month (i.e. on October 1 at noon PT, tickets for November will be made available). Visit our ticketing portal to book your free advance general admission tickets. Please note that the free advance general admission tickets are often fully booked.
2) Get in the onsite standby line for first-come, first-served access
Free general admission is available every day the museum is open through an onsite standby line. Admission for the onsite standby line is first-come, first-served and based on availability. Check our @TheBroadStandby Twitter feed below for up-to-date wait times. On holiday weekends, wait time in the onsite standby line can be up to two or three hours. The onsite standby line closes 90 minutes before the museum closes, and may close earlier on busy days. Please note that the standby line is in direct sunlight for some of the day. We recommend preparing for the weather and the wait by bringing water and snacks to drink and eat in line, wearing a hat, and wearing sunscreen. Note that food and drink must be consumed before entering the museum. Water bottles can be carried in your bag with the top closed.
The Broad's Visitor Services Associates regularly update The Broad Standby Twitter feed with the latest information on the standby wait times.
Latest tweet from @TheBroadStandby
Jasper Johns: 'Something Resembling Truth' | First Floor Galleries
On view through May 13, 2018, Jasper Johns: 'Something Resembling Truth' features more than 120 rarely loaned artworks by one of America’s greatest artists—from his iconic targets, maps and numbers, to works from throughout his influential six-decade career. With loans from international public and private collections, including significant works from the Broad collection, this exhibition traces Johns' significant oeuvre through a series of thematic chapters. Accompanied by a dynamic slate of programs encompassing music, performance, dance, poetry and live discussion.
Entrance to this ticketed special exhibition includes general admission.
Infinity Mirrored Room | First Floor Galleries
The Broad's Infinity Mirrored Room—The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away is accessible with free general admission on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Broad Collection | Third Floor Galleries
In its third floor galleries, The Broad displays a robust and changing selection of works from the Broad collection. The galleries feature works by major artists who came to prominence in the 1950s, including Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and Cy Twombly. Pop art of the 1960s—an area of great depth in the collection—is represented through works by Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Ruscha and Andy Warhol, among others. Moving into the 1980s, the installation presents a rich concentration of works by artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kara Walker, Keith Haring, Barbara Kruger and Jeff Koons.