New admission fees will be in place for the Roswell Museum and Art Center beginning Jan. 1, 2021.
The new fees have been established to try to ensure the museum services provided to Roswell citizens and visitors can be sustained at a high-quality level for the long term. “Historically, the museum has heavily relied on financial support from the city government,” explains Roswell Museum and Art Center Executive Director Caroline Brooks. “However, due to budget cutbacks, we need to consider a different funding model for the museum. An entrance fee, combined with an expanded membership program, will provide us with more financial stability, while allowing us to continue to provide accessible, high-quality cultural experiences for all.”
Current visiting hours are Tuesdays-Fridays 1-5pm. Guests can access the Museum galleries, the Museum Store and the Puzzle Room by reservation. Information on fees can be found on the "Plan your visit" section of the RMAC website or call for more information.
In order to allow space for ample social distancing, it is strongly encouraged that visitors call to set up an appointment to visit the Museum at 575-624-6744, although walk-ups will be welcome as space allows. All visitors are asked to wear a mask during their visit. As recommended by state and city officials, those who are not feeling well and people with serious medical conditions should delay their visit until a safer time. The Robert H. Goddard Planetarium will remain closed until further notice.
RMAC is located at 1011 N. Richardson Ave, just north of the Roswell Convention Center.