Admission is by donation (suggested $5.00 for adults)
As MSU continues to evaluate the safety of our campus and community in response to COVID-19, we have made the decision to close the MSU Museum. Due to the rapidly changing nature of the situation, we have not determined a reopening date. We will continue to communicate updates as they become available.
During this time, we will do everything we can to stay engaged with you virtually.
For additional information about COVID-19 and the precautionary measures we’re taking at MSU, visit msu.edu/coronavirus.
The MSU Museum Team
The MSU Museum is closed on University holidays, holiday weekends, and home football Saturdays in the fall.
Upcoming Holidays and Building Closures: Memorial Day (May 23 – May 25), Independence Day (July 3 – July 5), Labor Day (September 5 – September 7), Thanksgiving (November 26 – 29) Christmas (December 24 – December 27), New Year’s (December 31 – January 3)
The MSU Museum will be closed on home football Saturdays in Fall 2020.
September 5, September 19, September 26, October 10, October 17, October 31, November 21
The Michigan State University Museum is located on West Circle Drive, immediately east of Beaumont Tower and just north of the Main Library. Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) buses stop within short walking distance of the museum.
409 W. Circle Drive
East Lansing, MI 48824
There is limited visitor parking is available in front of the MSU Museum (cost is $2.50 for a two-hour permit). In addition, on the weekends there is limited free parking available in designated faculty/staff parking spots — see marked signs.
Additional visitor parking: Grand River Avenue Parking Ramp No. 6
The ramp, located at the corner of Grand River Ave. and Charles St., is located just one block from the MSU Museum and is convenient to downtown East Lansing shops, galleries and restaurants. It has more than 150 metered spaces on the basement floor and first level for campus visitors. The ramp is accessible from both on-campus via East Circle Drive and off-campus, from Grand River Avenue.
The MSU Museum is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you require any special assistance, please call the MSU Museum at (517) 355-2370 two weeks before your visit.