No online booking fees! We recommend purchasing your tickets online in advance for faster admission and to avoid lines. Special exhibitions may require an additional Special Ticket for admission.
Free Tuesdays at the Witte from 3 PM - 6 PM
Members-only Hour, Sunday from 11 AM - Noon
The Witte Museum is open year-round except for Easter, April 24-25, May 21, the third Monday in October, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
The Witte Museum is located in Brackenridge Park at 3801 Broadway in San Antonio, Texas.
Parking is always free for Witte Museum visitors. Park in the Brackenridge Park Parking Garage on Avenue B, just south of the Witte Museum. Take the Adventure Walk from the parking garage to the H-E-B Lantern Entrance located on Broadway.
Accessible parking and drop-offs are available on Gunn Drive North Lot located to the north of the Witte Museum.
Overflow parking is available on the north end of the Witte campus and across the street on the east side of Broadway in the Allensworth St. parking lot.
The museum is easily accessible through public transportation and is on VIA Metropolitan Transit bus routes 9 and 14. Visit viainfo.net to plan your trip.
We ask that all visitors observe the following guidelines:
Covid-19 Community Levels are a tool to help communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data. The San Antonio Community Level is listed on the City of San Antonio Dashboard. You may choose to wear a mask at any time, but they are not required. The Witte will continue to monitor Community Levels.
Please join us In the Bolner Family Museum Store for a curated shopping experience. We provide interesting finds as well as exhibit-related items!
As a thank you to our committed members, current and former military, and educators, the Bolner Family Store offers a discount on every purchase. Please refer to our website for purchasing, more information, and upcoming events.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
The Café offers a chef-curated menu with plant-forward cuisine that gives you a taste of Texas past adapted for today’s discerning palate. Additionally, the Café is proud to offer locally and regionally sourced products, such as beverages, grab-and-go salads and sandwiches, snacks and treats for all ages. We focus on having a gentle impact on our land by using environmentally responsible methods and recyclable or compostable packaging as much as possible.
The Witte Museum participates in Museums for All. As participants, the Witte Museum offers $3 general admission to individuals and families receiving food assistance (SNAP and WIC) benefits. Visitors simply show an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card and photo ID to redeem the discount for up to four people per card.
The Witte participates in the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) Travel Passport Program which offers reciprocal free general admission benefits to Witte members when they travel.
Explorer level Witte members receive Time Travelers as a free reciprocal membership network for historical museums, sites, and societies throughout the United States. The Missouri History Museum created the program in 1998 so that members of historical institutions could receive exclusive benefits and privileges at museums and historical sites nationwide.
The Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) Passport Program is a consortium of more than 270 museums throughout the world. The Witte is a part of this collection of museums that encourage reciprocity. Members have free access to other ASTC member facilities. Call 210.357.1910 today to see if you are eligible for free admission to the Witte Museum, or to more than 270 museums around the world.
Journey deep into the rugged Lower Pecos Canyonlands to experience the White Shaman mural, considered one of the most cosmologically complex narratives in the world. Located near Seminole Canyon State Park, this two hour trek takes you through a landscape filled with Chihuahuan Desert plants and stunning views of the Pecos River where it converges with the Rio Grande. Click here to explore.
Inspire excitement for lifelong learning with your students at the Witte Museum. With multiple ways to engage in relevant programming focused on nature, science and culture, learning with the Witte is accessible and fun!