Plan Your Visit

The Icon Museum and Study Center is a wonderful place to explore: discover our unique permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, and browse the Museum Shop. For families with children, we offer magnifying glasses and an all-ages scavenger hunt for use in the galleries. For groups (10+) docent-led tours are available with advance notice.  


Thursday – Sunday, 10:00am – 4:00pm

Closed: Easter, July 4, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day.
FREE FIRST SUNDAYS: Enjoy free admission on the first Sunday of each month, courtesy of the Nypro Foundation.


  • Members: FREE
  • Adults: (18+) $15
  • Seniors: (65+) $12
  • Students: (with ID) FREE
  • Children and youth: (0-17) FREE
Purchase Tickets
Exceptions: If you plan to use one of the following discounts, tickets can only be purchased in person.

Card to Culture Program: Massachusetts EBT, WIC, and ConnectorCare cardholders receive $2.00 general admission tickets for up to 4 people. This discount program is offered in collaboration with the Mass Cultural Council, the Department of Transitional Assistance, Massachusetts Health Connector, and the Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program.

Museums for All is a national, branded access program that encourages individuals of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum habits. Simply show your EBT card at the Icon Museum and Study Center and receive $2.00 general admission tickets for up to 4 people.

Museum admission is free to:


Taking photographs of our permanent collection for private use is allowed, provided you do not use a flash. Video, including with a cellphone, requires permission from the staff. Visiting exhibitions often have their own guidelines regarding photography, so please check with a staff member for details. Tripods are not permitted in any of the galleries. Be sure to share your photos on social media and tag the Icon Museum and Study Center!


The Museum Shop features a selection of hand-crafted and artisanal objects, as well as a selection of exhibition catalogs and gift certificates (which can also be used toward programs and admission). The proceeds of your purchases directly benefit the Museum, and members receive a 10% discount all year-round. If you’re dropping in to pick up a gift for a friend (or treat yourself), the Museum Shop is always free to visit—just let the front desk know. 

The Museum Shop accepts Gift Local e-Gift Cards, which are redeemable at local businesses throughout the region, including restaurants, shops, inns, farms, and attractions. Support small businesses in our area by purchasing a Gift Local e-Gift Card here.


ADDRESS: 203 Union Street, Clinton, MA 01510


While the Museum does not have its own parking, several nearby parking options are available. Street parking is free on the perimeter of Central Park on Union, Church, and Walnut Streets. A free public parking lot is also located on Walnut Street between the First Congregational Church and Baptist Church.


You will find detail on accessibility and accommodations here


You will find information on booking a group or school tour, here