Open Tuesday-Thursday 10am - 5pm, Friday 10am-4pm and Saturday 10am - 2pm
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Hours & Admission

We are excited to host you in the picturesque Humboldt Park

The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture is located in the historic Humboldt Park Receptory and Stables. The landmark building is located on the southwest corner of Division Street and Sacramento Boulevard at the western gateway of “Paseo Boricua”, the Puerto Rican culinary, cultural, and entertainment district.

Hours Of Operation

Tuesday – Thursday: 10 AM – 5 PM *Last Entrance at 4:15PM

Friday: 10 AM – 4 PM  *Last entrance at 3:15 PM

Saturday: 10 AM – 2 PM *Last Entrance at 1:15 PM

*Please note: The Last time to enter the Museum is 45 minutes before closing. 

Admission Price - FREE!

We take pride in truly being a community museum, open to all community residents and visitors. Consistent with this spirit, we do not charge admission. We rely on the support of generous donors and contributions to help us keep our doors open and accessible to all visitors regardless of their ability to pay. Donations are always welcome.


  • On-site parking is free (first come, first serve basis)
  • The building is ADA-compliant.
  • Visitors may borrow a standard manual wheelchair during their visit.
  • Single occupancy / all gender restrooms are available.
  • We are a breastfeeding-friendly museum.
  • Pre-check in
COVID-19 policies

The health and well-being of our visitors and staff is our priority, and we continue to follow government guidance to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19.  While visiting the Museum we kindly request that you:

    • Wear a mask (this is not required, but recommended). However, depending on COVID rates in the City of Chicago, we reserve the right to require a mask.
    • Be mindful of others’ space
    • Stay home if you are experiencing any COVID-19 related symptoms
    • We reserve the right to require visitors who do not follow our guidelines to leave the premises immediately. 
Group Tours/Field Trips

We offer docent-led group tours of our grounds, permanent and temporary exhibitions all year round.  Tours must be scheduled 7 business days in advance.

  • A group consists of 10 + people.
  • Group tours must be booked 7 days in advance.
  • School or Camp Field Trips must complete the Group Tour form.
  • *Docent-Led Tours are $50 | must be paid 5-days before the trip.
  • Group tours are only conducted during hours of operation.
  • Docent-led tours are about 1-hour long.
  • Only field trips can request the art project add-on. We do our best to accommodate art project requests, but it’s based on staff availability – not guaranteed. 
  • A staff member will confirm your group visit request in 2-4 business days.
  • We cannot accommodate Groups/Field Trips of 50+ at the same time. They must be booked for 2 separate time slots. For example 100 students, reserve a slot for 10am and another for 12pm.
  • List of Puerto Rican Restaurants in walking distance from the Museum.

For more information or to schedule a tour, please complete the form below or contact us at [email protected] |  773.486.8345 during business hours.

Field Trips or Group Tours

All year round, we offer docent-led group tours of our grounds, permanent and temporary exhibitions. All groups of 10 or more must complete this form. All group tours or field trips must be scheduled 7 business days in advance. We cannot accommodate groups of 50+ at one time.  Two separate time slots must be reserved for groups of 50+. Allow 1 hour for the tour. Field trips with art projects will take 2 hours to complete. Please complete the Group Tours Inquiry Form below to get started and let us know if you have any questions OR click on the link below of “Frequently Asked Questions.” We want to accommodate you to the best of our ability.   

CLICK HERE for a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ sheet)

CLICK HERE for a list of Puerto Rican restaurants within walking distance of the Museum.

Please note, by completing the group tour request form you are agreeing to the visitor policies set forth by the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture to ensure the best experience for all our visitors. CLICK HERE to review our visitor policies.

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