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What are your hours of operation?
Chihuly Collection: Mon-Sat. 10 am -5 pm; Sun. 12-5 pm
Morean Arts Center: Mon.-Sat. 10 am -5 pm
Morean Center for Clay: Wed.-Sat. 10am-5pm
Morean Glass Studio: Wed.-Sat. 10 am-5pm; Sun. 12-5pm
Demonstrations by local glass artists in our Hot Shop :
Wednesday thru Saturday: with your Chihuly ticket at 12 noon, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3pm and 4 pm
Sunday: with your Chihuly ticket at 1 pm, 2 pm, 3pm and 4 pm
Do I need to pre-purchase tickets?
If you are already a Morean Member, your Chihuly Collection visits and glass blowing demos are FREE.
YES, Visitors who wish to visit the Chihuly Collection should purchase tickets online in advance of their visit. You do not need to print out tickets but can just show your phone screen and avoid waiting in line to access all of the amazing art! Also, the Chihuly Collection tickets do not expire, so if the details of your plans change, just use your tickets another time!. Purchase tickets here.
What about Parking?
There is street parking available at our downtown locations, free for 2 hours. 2 hours is plenty of time to visit all 3 locations. The Morean Center for Clay has a parking lot with plenty of spaces available. Bringing a group? the nearest parking lot is 800 first Street South Lot. http://www.stpete.org/transportation/parking_management/public_garages_and_lots.php
Do you have a Café?
There is Banyan Café in the same building as our Morean Arts Center Gallery, and plenty of lunch places right on Central Ave. lunch near 719 Central Ave – Google Search
If you are not able to visit us at this time, you can still enjoy what the Morean has to offer online. You can sign up for an online class here, browse some fantastic art created by local artists here, enjoy a virtual tour of our latest exhibitions here, sign up for a future class here, become a member or simply support the Morean’s ability to continue to connect people with art by donating here.
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