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General admission and all programs, unless stated otherwise, are free for everyone. Donations to Auburn University are appreciated. 


Galleries and Store open Tuesdays through Sundays: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with extended hours on Thursdays until 8 p.m.

Closed to the public on Mondays

Our lounge area offers self-serve coffee, tea and specialty drinks that are complimentary for museum visitors.

The museum is open on Saturday home games. See parking information for more.

Holiday Hours and Closures

JCSM observes all Auburn University holidays and weather-related or emergency closures. Learn more about the university’s response to the COVID-19. The museum is closed Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Parking and Transportation:

Visitor parking is available at the North and East sides of the building, including 16 accessible spaces along the front. Additional Zone B parking spots are for faculty, staff and students.

On Football Saturdays in the fall, the museum lot is shared with Game Day Parking Services. From 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., enter from the Woodfield Drive and tell the parking attendant you are visiting the museum.

Tiger Transit

The Fine Arts Line (Plum) is a one-bus line that serves stops between The Jule and the Mell Street Station. Stops include The Jule, the Gogue Performing Arts Center, South Donahue Drive at Woodfield Drive, Lem Morrison Drive at Donahue Drive and Mell Street Station.

For the latest operational times, visit the Tiger Transit site.

Covid-19 Resources

Reserve a Tour/Art Viewing

As part of The Jule’s mission, we are dedicated to making fine art accessible to all who want to learn.

You may schedule tours of our galleries and our lower level. Individuals can also make an appointment in advance to view objects from the collection.

Schedule a class or group visit
A teacher discusses an art piece with her student.
Two men discuss a sculpture in the middle of a gallery.

At The Museum

To do your part and care for the art, please do not

  • Bring food or drink of any kind into the galleries.
  • Use flash photography or conduct photography or videography for commercial use (including tripods).
  • Carry large bags, like backpacks or over-the-shoulder bags.

Secure locker storage is available at the front desk for you to store any of these items.

Appointments for student video or photography projects involving tripods should be made through the Education, Engagement and Learning Department when the museum is closed to the public, as to avoid any disruption or tripping hazards.



All public areas of The Jule are wheelchair accessible, however, our back entrances that lead from the terrace to inside do not have push-plate activation.

The Jule’s front entrance is accessible by curb cuts from the parking lot and both of our double doors have push-plate activation.


All galleries are wheelchair accessible and wheelchairs are available upon request at the front desk.

There is an elevator available if you have a scheduled visit into our lower level.

Both our female and male restrooms are equipped with accessible stalls and baby changing stations in those stalls.

Braille translation is located on most accessible doors.

Map of The Jule

Service Animals

The Jule follows Auburn University’s guidelines for animal assistance. Service animals are allowed inside the museum if they have been trained and certified to meet the standards of a nationally recognized organization, like Guide Dogs for the Blind, Companion Dogs for the Deaf, etc.

AU Animals on Campus Policy.pdf

An accessibility push-button located on a pillar.

Our Exhibitions

View Our Calendar