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G(ALL)ERY Day 

The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum is committed to creating an inclusive and welcoming environment where everyone can feel at ease and enjoy their visit.

Admission

On G(ALL)ERY Day, the number of visitors admitted is limited. Advance reservations and purchase of tickets online are required.
Tickets are not sold at the ticket counter.

Reserve Ticket for Your Visit

No booking required for visitors who have a disability certificate or are eligible for other discounts. Please let us know at the ticket booth upon your arrival at the Museum.

・On G(ALL)ERY Day, group reservations are not accepted.
・Tickets to the garden are sold directly at the reception desk or ticket office as usual.

Notes

While the Museum’s buildings are open to everyone on these days, there will be special measures in place – such as a limit on the number of admissions – so that all visitors may enjoy the exhibitions without stress. We thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.

  • The “G(ALL)ERY Day” programs will take these measures in particular:
  • Limit admissions to accommodate those who may feel less comfortable in crowded spaces (Leisurely Art Appreciation Day)
  • Limit admissions to allow ample room for visitors with baby strollers (Baby Hours)
  • Station staff at certain locations to assist visitors with limited mobility, such as by setting up ramps

Leisurely Art Appreciation Day

A chance for all visitors, with and without disabilities, to enjoy the Museum at their own pace.

A chance for all visitors, with and without disabilities, to enjoy the Museum at their own pace
On these days, visitors who may not feel at ease in busy museums can enjoy the art in a less crowded setting. The program will offer an environment in which wheelchair users and people requiring care or assistance will also be able to feel safe and comfortable.

Takehisa Yumeji: Taisho Romanticism and the New World

Dates

Wednesday, July 10, 2024

Hours
10:00~18:00(Last admission 17:30)

Tickets

Leisurely Tour[Advance registration required]

Hours
①11:00〜 ②13:00〜 ③15:00〜 Maximum 90 minutes per tour
Takehisa Yumeji: Taisho Romanticism and the New World Images

Looking at Architecture 2024

Dates

Wednesday, October 9, 2024

Hours
10:00~18:00(Last admission 17:30)

Coming soon

Leisurely Tour[Advance registration required]

Hours
①11:00〜 ②13:00〜 ③15:00〜 Maximum 90 minutes per tour
Looking at Architecture 2024 Images

Noe Aoki / Ritsue Mishima (tentative name)

Dates

Wednesday, January 22, 2025

Hours
10:00~18:00(Last admission 17:30)

Coming soon

Leisurely Tour[Advance registration required]

Hours
①11:00〜 ②13:00〜 ③15:00〜 Maximum 90 minutes per tour
Noe Aoki / Ritsue Mishima (tentative name) Images

Baby Hours

Bring your baby to the Museum!

This program offers a chance for parents, carers, and guardians of babies to enjoy our exhibitions at ease. During Baby Hours, visitors will be able to bring baby strollers into the main building,* which normally does not allow the use of strollers inside.

Takehisa Yumeji: Taisho Romanticism and the New World

Dates

Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Hours
10:00~15:00 (Stroller accessible hours)

Tickets

Stroller Tours[Advance registration required]

Hours
①10:30〜 ②11:30〜 ③12:30〜 Maximum 60 minutes per tour
Takehisa Yumeji: Taisho Romanticism and the New World Images

Looking at Architecture 2024

Dates

Wednesday, October 23, 2024

Hours
10:00~15:00 (Stroller accessible hours)

Coming soon

Stroller Tours[Advance registration required]

Hours
①10:30~ ②11:30~ ③12:30~ Maximum 60 minutes per tour
Looking at Architecture 2024 Images

Noe Aoki / Ritsue Mishima (tentative name)

Dates

Wednesday, January 29, 2025

Hours
10:00~15:00 (Stroller accessible hours)

Coming soon

Stroller Tours[Advance registration required]

Hours
①10:30~ ②11:30~ ③12:30~ Maximum 60 minutes per tour
Noe Aoki / Ritsue Mishima (tentative name) Images
  • In addition to these, we plan to hold another “Baby Day” this year on a day when the Museum is closed to the public.

Notes

As the Museum’s main building is a designated “Important Cultural Property” that preserves most of its original architecture, there are many areas with narrow entrances or with steps. Please note that some larger mobility devices (such as stretcher chairs) and larger strollers will not be able to access all areas. We also ask visitors with mobility scooters for their cooperation in switching to one of our rental wheelchairs when entering the Museum.

See the Universal Guide (in Japanese) [PDF]

Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government,
Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture (Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum)

  • *“G(ALL)ERY Day” is part of the Creative Well-being Tokyo initiative.