Van Gogh and the Olive Groves FAQs

How much are Van Gogh and the Olive Groves tickets?

General admission for adults to Van Gogh and the Olive Groves is $20 on weekdays (Tuesday–Thursday) and $25 on weekends (Friday–Sunday).

Discounted or free admission is available for the following groups (weekday/weekend): 
DMA Members: FREE 
Children age 11 and under: FREE  
Reciprocal Museum Memberships: $10/$12 
Students with school ID: $16/$20  
Seniors (65+): $18/$22 
Military with DOD ID: $18/$22 

All visitors must first reserve a free general admission ticket for the DMA on their selected date.

Guests will then be able to add a matching exhibition ticket. An exhibition ticket alone will not permit entry to the DMA.

If you purchase a membership, when you complete your membership transaction you will receive instructions on how to obtain your DMA Member tickets for the exhibition in your confirmation email. 

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How often will tickets be released? 
Tickets will typically be released on the third Monday of every month for the upcoming month. For example, tickets for December 2021 are released November 15, 2021.    

A limited number of tickets are available on-site on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Tickets may be presented in printed form or on a mobile device. 

When do I need to arrive? 

Your tickets are valid for entry to the exhibition the entire day, and you are not required to arrive at the time listed on your ticket. Due to the popularity of this exhibition, we are currently experiencing longer than normal wait times to park in the garage and view the exhibition. We encourage you to adjust your plans to visit the Museum later in the day. 

Last entry is 30 minutes before the Museum closes. 

Where is the exhibition located? 

The exhibition is located on Level One in Chilton Gallery II, next to the Red Elevators and across from the DMA Store. 

Which Van Gogh experience is this? 
Van Gogh and the Olive Groves is the first exhibition dedicated to the legendary artist’s important olive grove series, produced in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence during the final year of his life. 

The exhibition features 22 paintings and one drawing by Van Gogh, including 10 paintings from the olive grove series, one painting and one letter by Paul Gauguin, and one painting by Émile Bernard. 

Can I take photos or videos?

Photography is allowed with cell phones and small personal cameras unless otherwise indicated.

Flash, tripods, monopods, and selfie sticks are prohibited in the exhibition and in the Museum galleries. 

Share your experience using #VanGoghDMA on social media. 

What is your COVID-19 policy? 

In accordance with the executive order issued Wednesday, August 11, requiring masks in Dallas County buildings, all Museum visitors and staff must now wear masks or face coverings while inside the DMA

The DMA is a community space where all are welcome, so we ask for everyone’s support in following CDC recommendations during your visit. This will ensure that you—and everyone around you—will have a great experience at the Museum and can enjoy it safely. 

For the most current information about what to expect during your visit, please read the FAQ Page

I need help regarding tickets I already purchased. 

For questions regarding your purchased tickets, please email Guest Services at guestservices@DMA.org.