Open Thursday through Monday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Closed to the public on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Free Tuesday extended hours are canceled until further noticed.
Open all holidays except: Easter Sunday, Battle of Flowers, Thanksgiving, and Christmas
The San Antonio Public Library Portal is temporarily closed
Tickets are available here for contactless check-in upon arrival
$12 Adults $10 Seniors (65+), Retired/Veteran Military, First Responders, Educators, Firefighters, Police Officers (with valid ID) $6 Students (Ages 13 – 18 with valid ID) $6 Active Military Family (with service member present)
FREE for Children 12 & under and Active Military FREE for Members- click here to become a member FREE Recipients of SNAP, WIC, and MAP receive free admission through Museums for All, a cooperative which encourages families of all backgrounds to visit museums. Simply present an EBT card and a photo ID.
Discounts are available for North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Members
Current Deals & Discounts 50% Off on Locals Days – click herefor more info.
Military Salute Program The Briscoe Museum is proud to be the only museum in San Antonio that offers FREE year-round admission to active military. We also offer discount admission for the active member’s family (with service member present), and retired military personnel.
It’s our way of saying “Thank You for your Service!”
Bank of America Museums on Us For the first full weekend of the month, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch and U.S. Trust cardholders gain one free admission to the museum.
Museum Month Taking place in October each year, the Briscoe participates in Museum Month with other cultural institutions in the area. Click here to learn more.
Accessibility Due to the historic nature of the Briscoe Western Art Museum building, we are only able to accommodate wheelchair entrance to the Museum from our Market Street entrance ramp. Visitors arriving or exiting from the River Entrance should continue on to the Market Street entrance ramp or contact our on-site security personnel for further assistance. For visitors with special needs please call 210.299.4499 for more information.
Pancho Villa’s Saddle
ca. 1890-1910, leather and silver Made by Joaquin Rodriguez and Alberto Tulan Cingo Marquez On loan from the Ernie and Louise Davis Collection