The Haggerty Museum of Art connects people—on campus, in the community, and around the world—to art, to ideas, and to one another. Through inclusive programming, the Museum uses the interdisciplinary lens of art to cultivate knowledge, insight, understanding and belonging, all in service of Marquette University’s commitment to care for the whole person.
The Haggerty sparks transformational experiences with art that amplify personal, intellectual, social and physical wellbeing. The Haggerty engages both academic and general audiences in high-impact, interdisciplinary, object-based learning experiences that span all subjects. More than half of Marquette University’s students experience the museum’s innovative exhibitions, programs and collections each year. The Haggerty Museum of Art is open every day with a suggested admission cost of $5. Admission is always free for: Marquette University students, faculty and staff with a valid I.D., Friends of the Haggerty Museum of Art members, students from any college or university with a valid I.D., active Military members, children aged 17 and under, as well as K-12 educators and homeschoolers. For more information, visit the Haggerty Museum of Art website.