Plan Your Visit
Plan Your Visit
Chinati is open Thursday – Sunday, 9 AM – 5 PM. See our Hours & Locations page for up-to-date information about any changes to this schedule.
Make a Reservation
Tour capacity is limited, and reservations are encouraged. To make a reservation, click here.
The grounds can be challenging, but Chinati is committed to accessibility. To learn about accessibility-related accommodations, please contact Visitor Services at 432 729 4362 ext 239 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting to Chinati
For directions, see our Contact page. Please note there is a one-hour time difference when traveling from El Paso to Marfa.
Marfa is located in the Central Time Zone and there is a one-hour time loss when traveling from El Paso to Marfa.
What to Expect
Remain on Established Pathways
Please enjoy our desert grasslands, but do not stand in or walk through unmarked areas. This is for your safety—snakes, stinging insects, and thorns are always present—and to protect the land and local ecology.
Don’t Touch the Art
Help us preserve Chinati’s collection for future generations. Touching, walking on, or climbing on works of art is prohibited.
- Photography is allowed outdoors and for personal use only.
- Photography on guided tours is not permitted.
- Professional photography and photo shoots are not permitted.
- Drone photography is not permitted.
- All artwork is copyrighted and may not be used for any commercial or professional purposes without formal permission.
If you are an educator grades K-12 who would like more information about visiting Chinati or resources for your classroom, please visit our Education page.
Dress Comfortably and Sensibly for the Climate
Dress comfortably and sensibly for the climate. Chinati is located in the high desert, and visitors will spend a significant amount of time outdoors. The sun is intense throughout the year. Hats are recommended. Wear sturdy shoes; the grounds are largely unpaved and can be uneven, thorny, and rocky.
Bring drinking water in a closed container. The climate is arid, and the altitude is high; it’s important to stay hydrated. No public drinking fountains are available at this time.
To protect the landscape, wildlife, and your pet, Chinati does not permit pets on museum grounds. Pets may not be left unattended in cars or anywhere on our property. Chinati welcomes ADA title III service animals, in accordance with federal law.
Children are welcome in the company of their guardians; please hold hands and protect the art. Strollers are not permitted indoors. Carriers are recommended for the rough terrain.