🏳 Open from Tuesday - Saturday (10:00am - 4:00pm), Sundays (12noon - 4:00pm)
Works of arts are very delicate and fragile and might be permanently damaged by the slightest touch. The oil on our hands or the traces of moisture on our fingertips can damage even what appears to be a solid work of art. One of the roles of a museum is to preserve the artworks of the past and present for the future generations and we need to help to ensure that these works of art in our care are sustained for years to come.
You can always find any information on upcoming events on the YSMA website and on all our social media platforms.
Parking spaces around the museum are available and free
The YSMA is open to donations of artworks that will facilitate the teaching mission of the museum. Individuals, groups, or institutions that wish to donate artworks to the museum should contact the director of the museum for further inquiries. We are happy to guide you through the process.
Individuals, groups or institutions who wish to make a financial donation to the museum should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The entrance fee into the museum costs 2000 naira per individual. However, the entrance fee for students costs 1000 naira. Please note that students are to show their school identification card for validation.
Kindly check our visitor’s policies on the museum's website before your visit to the YSMA,
The YSMA is a teaching museum and every item in our collection holds great significance, especially for the purpose of education; hence none of the works are for sale.
The YSMA museum is open to the general public on Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10 am – 4pm, Sundays from 12noon - 4pm.
Group visits to the museum are required to book a tour at in advance of at least two weeks.
The Museum is open from Tuesday through to Saturday from 10:00 am - 4:00pm each week.
Yes, the museum is wheelchair accessible.