Hours and Admission
|$6||Seniors, students, and children (ages 6-17)|
|Free||Carlos Museum members; Emory University students, faculty, and staff (with Emory ID); children ages 5 and under|
|$2||Audio guide rental|
Visit for free on one of our free admission days, a Sunday FUNday, by using the Georgia Public Libraries Family Pass, or by becoming a member.
The Carlos offers a green incentive discount of 10% off admission for any visitor who walks, bikes, or takes public transportation. See the admission desk on Level One for more details.
Information Desk Check-in
With the exception of necessary medical equipment, please check all large bags, backpacks of any size, umbrellas, and bags or purses larger than 13 x 13 inches at the information desk on Level One. The museum is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
If you’re visiting with children, be sure to ask about SmARTy Packs and Family Guides. MORE
The Carlos is a sensory inclusive museum. For more information on quiet areas, headphone zones, and sensory bags, visit the admissions desk on Level One or download the KultureCity app. To learn more about KultureCity, click HERE.
Public guided tours will be offered every Sunday at 2 p.m., excluding holidays.
Meet at the admission desk on Level One to join the tour.
We are pleased to welcome you back to the Michael C. Carlos Museum!
Your health and safety remain our top priorities as we reopen in accordance with the guidelines of Emory University. Please read below about the safety precautions we have instituted to keep our visitors safe.
- Masks are now optional indoors on Emory’s campuses. Because of increased personal risk, unvaccinated individuals should continue to wear masks indoors. Should health indicators change or heightened risks emerge, indoor masking requirements may be reinstated. Anyone who needs to or prefers to wear a mask is encouraged and welcome to do so.
- In alignment with federal transportation protocols, masks will still be required on all Emory shuttles and public transportation until further notice.
Hand sanitation stations have been placed on all levels of the museum.
Plexiglass shields have been installed at all information desks and cashier stations.
The museum is cleaned and sanitized continuously and misted daily to disinfect all public spaces.
Usage of audio guides has been temporarily suspended.