Plan Your Visit

COVID-19 Guidelines

The well-being of our community of guests, volunteers, staff members and collaborators continues to be a top priority as we adapt our guidelines with those established by local, state and federal authorities.

Learn about the precautions Intuit takes to ensure the museum is a healthy space for everyone:

  • All guests are encouraged to self-identify whether they exhibit symptoms and stay home if they feel tired, ill or symptomatic.
  • All guests are required to reserve timed-entry tickets in advance.
  • All guests are required to wear a face covering over their mouth and nose inside the museum.
  • All guests are encouraged to practice social distancing of at least six feet from others.
  • All guests are encouraged to follow the signage with directional flow and safety precautions.
  • All guests are encouraged to wash and sanitize their hands frequently with soap and water or hand sanitizer.
  • Intuit reduced guest capacity.
  • Intuit installed the current exhibitions to create more space to facilitate traffic flow that allows guests to experience and enjoy the art while safely distancing themselves from others.
  • Intuit placed physical barriers, such as plexiglass, at the admissions desk and the Intuit Store.

COVID-19 policy update: Effective as of Thursday, March 3, 2022, Intuit will no longer require guests to show proof of vaccination for admission.

Cleaning procedures

  • Intuit reduced the number of high touch points throughout the museum.
  • Staff members sanitize high touch points and shared surfaces before and after individual use as well as frequently throughout the day in compliance with CDC protocols.
  • Intuit provides hand sanitizer at stations throughout the museum.

“Be safe Chicago” certification

"Be Safe. Chicago" self-certificationIntuit utilized the arts and culture industry guidelines put in place by the City of Chicago to develop our COVID-19 guidelines. We understand the city’s business operational standards for each phase of reopening and created a reopening business plan that is compliant with its standards. By completing the self-certification survey, Intuit indicated our ability and willingness to comply and commit to the “Be Safe Chicago” guidelines during Chicago’s reopening.


Admission

Adults: $5
Guests aged 18 and younger: Free
Members: Free

Reserve tickets on Tock

Before you go to Intuit, please check our availability on Tock or by contacting the museum. Intuit requires guests, including members, to reserve timed-entry tickets in advance.

Please join us at a later date if 1) you feel tired, ill or symptomatic on the day of your visit, or 2) you traveled to Chicago from one of the states on the Chicago Travel Advisory List within 10 days. Contact Intuit at (312) 624-9487 or intuit@art.org, and we will reschedule or refund your admission.

Members receive a discount code for free admission via email. Please contact Claire Fassnacht, development manager, at claire@art.org with questions related to membership.


Hours

Mon: Closed to the public
Tue–Wed: Admission by appointment
Thu–Sun: 11 a.m.–6 p.m.

Intuit encourages admission by appointment for guests who are in an increased risk group, which includes older adults and people with underlying medical conditions. If you are at an increased risk, contact Intuit at (312) 624-9487 or intuit@art.org, and we will help you schedule your appointed visit.

Intuit is closed to the public on the following holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.


Group Tours and Field Trips

COVID-19 policy update: Guided and self-guided tours and event rentals are temporarily unavailable until further notice. Thank you for your patience and understanding.


Accessibility

The museum’s entrance is accessible via wheelchairs and some power chairs. Entry to the building relies on a portable ramp that ends in a sharp 90-degree turn. Please call ahead or ring the doorbell for front door ramp assistance. Intuit can arrange tours for individuals with low vision or blindness with advanced notice of at least two weeks.

Please contact Lindsey Wurz, marketing and communications manager, at lindsey@art.org with questions related to accessibility accommodations.


Museums for All

Through Museums for All, Intuit partners with museums across the country to ensure everyone can experience the best museums have to offer, all for the lowest and most affordable prices.

If you have an EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) card, bring it with you when you visit to receive our lowest-priced admission! To reserve tickets in advance, please contact Lindsey Wurz, marketing and communications manager, at lindsey@art.org to receive a discount code for admission.

Museums for All logo, an initiative of the Institute of Museum and Library Services


Directions

Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art
756 N Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60642

Driving

Intuit is located right off I-94. If you take I-94 from the north, exit at Ogden Avenue, turn left onto Ogden Avenue, go a few blocks north to Milwaukee Avenue, and turn right. You will see Intuit immediately to your right. If you take I-94 from the south, exit at Milwaukee/ Augusta, turn left onto Milwaukee Avenue and continue on a few blocks southeast. Go through the Ogden/Milwaukee intersection, and Intuit will be on your right.

Parking

There is metered street parking available along Milwaukee Avenue, Ogden Avenue, Carpenter Street and Aberdeen Street. Please note: Parking tends to be easier on the weekend.

Public Transportation

Intuit is across the street from the Chicago Avenue Blue Line station and near the #66 Chicago Avenue bus and the #56 Milwaukee Avenue bus.

Cab from Downtown

Intuit is a short cab ride from the Loop and downtown Chicago area. Tell your cab driver: “756 North Milwaukee Avenue at Ogden.” Milwaukee Avenue is a diagonal street, and it is helpful to give the cross street of Ogden Avenue.