Free Museum Admission Presented by PNC Bank - Father's Day


father and son looking at art




Public Event


Boca Raton Museum of Art

Non Members

Adult: Free
Senior (65+): Free
Student (with ID): Free
Children (Ages 0-12): Free


Adult: Free
Children (Ages 0-12): Free
Ticket includes Museum admission

About This Event

Enjoy free admission to the Museum on  Sunday, June 20, 2021 in celebration of Father's Day.

The Museum is open to the public free of charge, presented by PNC Bank. 

View our visitor policies to learn more about our COVID-19 precautions before you visit. 


Boca Raton Museum of Art


Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to book tickets in advance?

No. You can reserve an admission ticket the same day of your visit, if they are available. Please feel free to call and ask if there are tickets for the event you plan on attending.

Can I reserve my tickets via phone?

Absolutely! You can call the Box Office (ext.228) during it's hours.

Do I need to print my ticket(s)?

No, printed tickets are not required for entry. When you arrive at the front desk, present your tickets on your phone. A staff member will then scan your ticket for admission.

How do I know that my order was processed?

After each completed purchase, you will receive an email confirming your order (don’t forget to check your spam/junk folder). If you did not receive a confirmation email, contact the Box Office (ext. 288).

Can I apply a discount code to any event at the Museum?

Most promotion and discounts codes are only for General Admission or specific to an event.

Do you offer group discounts?

Yes, adult groups of 12 or more can book a group tour and receive reduced ticket prices. For more information, and to reserve, please see our Guided Tours page.

Admission is free. Do I still need a ticket?

Yes. Visitors are required to have a ticket for all events. This ensures that your reservation is secured as some days do sell out. Children ages 3 and up must have an admission ticket to the Museum.

Are face coverings required?

As of May 14, 2021, restrictions on mask wearing for visitors, employees, volunteers, and contractors inside the Museum buildings have been lifted. We encourage all guests to use the hand sanitizing stations placed throughout the Museum.