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ICA Miami is now open with new hours, cleaning procedures, and guidelines to ensure a safe space for experiencing the most innovative art of our time.

Reserve Your Free Timed Tickets

Admission to the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami is free of charge.

Visitors must reserve timed tickets in advance of visiting ICA Miami. Children of all ages require their own ticket for entry to the museum. Simply scan your confirmed ticket using a mobile device or print-out upon arrival.

Free Admission

New Museum Hours

Museum Hours
Wednesday–Sunday, 12–6pm
Closed Monday–Tuesday

Hours for Seniors and At-Risk Visitors
Wednesday–Sunday, 11am–12pm

ICA Miami and its offices are closed on major federal holidays including Christmas Day, New Years Day, Veterans Day, Memorial Day, and Thanksgiving. For more information on upcoming dates, please click here.

Before You Arrive


Advance tickets are required for entry.

Arrive on Time

Please arrive on time. Tickets deactivate 30 minutes after your scheduled arrival time. Onsite reservations will be limited.

Personal Items

Oversized bags should be left at home. Please note that backpacks, large bags or other large items will not be permitted in the Museum.

Stay Home if You Are Sick

If you have had any symptoms consistent with COVID-19 within the past 3 days or you have had any recent known exposures to COVID-19 within the past 14 days, please stay home and postpone your visit to a future date. Anyone exhibiting signs of illness will not be permitted entry.

If you have traveled internationally within the past 14 days please postpone your visit.

During Your Visit

Proper face coverings are required for all guests, ages 2 and older, and museum staff per the Miami-Dade County Mayor’s announcement on July 1st. Facial coverings are required throughout your visit at ICA Miami, both indoors and outdoors in the sculpture garden.

The CDC does not recommend the use of gaiters or bandanas.

Scan Your Ticket Upon Entry and Exit

Scan your QR code at the front desk upon entry and again when you are exiting the museum at the iPad kiosk located near to the exit.

Time Limit

Visits will be limited to one hour starting from the time listed on your ticket.

Follow Wayfinding Signage

Wayfinding signage is posted throughout the building to reduce exposure. Please follow the prescribed pathways.

No Re-Entry

Re-entry is not permitted.


Visitors who do not comply with these regulations will be asked to leave the property.

Social Distancing

A 6-foot distance between visitors is required at all times both in the museum’s galleries and outdoors. This does not apply to families residing at that same dwelling.

Health and Safety

The health and safety of our guests and employees is our highest priority and ICA Miami has implemented increased measures in accordance with the CDC and Miami-Dade County guidelines:

  • We have reduced our visitor capacity and implemented time ticketing to ensure social distancing. Visits will be limited to one hour starting from the time listed on your ticket.
  • We have implemented a one-way traffic flow to ensure social distancing and optimal movement throughout the galleries.
  • Plexiglass screens are in place at our front desk to provide a protective barrier between visitors and staff.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the building.
  • Restrooms will be cleaned at least every 2 hours.
  • Frequent touch surfaces will be regularly wiped down throughout the day.
  • Cashless payment options, including debit cards, credit cards, and mobile wallets have been added to minimize contact. Please note that cash will not be accepted in the store.

Location & Directions

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61 NE 41st Street
Miami, FL 33137
305 901 5272

ICA Miami is conveniently located less than 3 miles from Downtown Miami, 5 miles from Miami International Airport and less than 7 miles from the heart of South Beach, at the intersection of Miami’s most vibrant neighborhoods, the Miami Design District.

Heading west on I-195 from Miami Beach
• Exit onto Biscayne Blvd/US1 (Exit 2B)
• From the center lane, continue west onto NE 38th St
• Turn right onto NE 2nd Ave
• Turn left onto NE 41st St

Heading east on Airport Expressway/ FL-112
• After the toll, stay to the left and exit onto I-195 east toward Miami Beach
• Exit onto Biscayne Blvd/US1 (Exit 2B)
• From exit ramp, continue west on NE 36th St for 1 mile
• Turn right onto NE 2nd Ave
• Turn left onto NE 41st St

From I-95 South
• Exit onto I-195 (Exit 4) east toward Miami Beach
• From I-195, exit onto N Miami Avenue (Exit 2A)
• From exit ramp, turn left onto N Miami Ave
• Turn right onto NE 41st St

From I-95 North
• Exit onto I-195 (Exit 4) east toward Miami Beach
• From I-195, exit onto N Miami Avenue (Exit 2A)
• Turn left onto N Miami Ave
• Turn right onto NE 41st St


Museum Garage
Entrance is on 41st St between NE 1st and N Miami Aves directly across from ICA Miami

Paradise Plaza Parking Garage
Entrance is on 41st St between NE 2nd and 1st Aves

Palm Court Parking Garage
Entrance is on NE 38th St between NE 2nd and 1st Aves

City View Garage
Entrance is on NE 38th St between NE 1st Avenues and NE Miami Ct

Valet parking is available throughout the neighborhood for $5.

Street parking is available throughout the neighborhood.

We encourage you to download the PayByPhone app, available for iOS and Android where permitted throughout the neighborhood.


Virtual tours are available for college and community groups free of charge.

Please click here to request a virtual tour.

Museum Policies

Coat and Bag Check
Please leave backpacks, large bags and items at home whenever possible. We are unable to store oversized bags or luggage.

Strollers are welcome in most areas, however stroller access may occasionally be limited in certain galleries. Oversize and jogging strollers are not permitted. Strollers can be checked free of charge at the front desk.

Smoking is not permitted on or near museum premises.

Visitor Experience
Guests are encouraged to use discretion when talking in galleries as heightened volumes may impact other guests’ experiences.

Visitors are encouraged to take photos for personal use. However, flash, tripods and camera extension poles are not permitted. Press photographers are encouraged to contact prior to arriving at ICA Miami.

Social Media
Stay connected to ICA Miami by sharing your best photos from your visit. Tag us at #icamiami and @icamiami.

Food and Drink
Food and drink, including open containers of water, are not permitted in the galleries.

Children 12 and Under
All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


All galleries and facilities are wheelchair accessible. For more information, click here.

Service Animals

All guide dogs and service animals individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability are permitted. Learn more at the ADA National Network.

Free Admission Courtesy of City National Bank of Florida