From January 2017 to spring 2018, some galleries at the Getty Villa will be closed as we reinstall the collection in a new presentation.
Part of the Outer Peristyle (the large outdoor garden) will also be closed for maintenance from spring 2017 through fall 2017.
Regular hours remain daily, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., except Tuesdays, when the Villa is closed.
As always, admission is free. An advance, timed-entry ticket is required.Get free tickets to the Getty Villa
Parking is $15 per car; $10 after 3:00 p.m. Get details about parking.
More than 15 people in your group? See Group Reservations.
Public programs and tours continue to be offered, including "Roman Holidays," special programs scheduled on weekends from April 1 through September 3. Check the event calendar for all available programs.
If you have specific questions, please call us at (310) 440-7300 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Current Gallery Closures
Download the current map and guide to the Villa. (PDF, 6 pp., 1.3 MB)
Actual gallery closures may vary. Please check at the Information Desk for any changes.
Frequently Asked Questions
What can I see at the Villa beginning January 3?
At any given time, approximately half of the Villa’s galleries will be open. The Inner Peristyle, East Garden, Herb Garden, and parts of the Outer Peristyle will also be open.
Public programming, such as lectures and theater performances, is offered as usual during this time. Gallery, garden, and architecture tours are also available.
On weekends from April 1 through September 3, enjoy the "Roman Holidays": discover the sights—and smells!—of ancient Rome, offer your prayers to Aphrodite, read your future in a sheep’s liver, and enjoy live musical and comedy performances by the historically hysterical Troubadour Theater Company.
See the event calendar for information on all programs and tours available during your visit.
What can I do with children at the Villa?
The Family Forum will be closed from late April 2017 to late September 2017. Extra family programs will be offered during this time, and gallery, garden, and architecture tours will occur throughout the day as usual. See the event calendar for more information.
The Family Forum will reopen in late September 2017 in an expanded space.
Can I still schedule a school visit?
Yes. Educators can still reserve visits for school groups.
- Information for college student groups
If you are a college or university educator planning a visit to teach with a specific object, please contact email@example.com to confirm the availability of the artwork on the day of your visit.
- Information for K-12 student groups
Why is the collection being reinstalled?
The Getty Villa’s antiquities collection is being reinstalled to emphasize the chronology and culture of the artwork. This will provide a more complete picture of the art history of the ancient Mediterranean.
The new display will trace the chronology of the development of art in the Etruscan, Greek, and Roman cultures from the Bronze Age through the Late Roman Empire (ca. 3,000 B.C.–A.D. 600).
Why is the pool in the Outer Peristyle closed?
The Outer Peristyle pool is undergoing maintenance. For visitors’ safety, most of the Outer Peristyle garden will be closed from spring 2017 through fall 2017.
Do I still need to reserve a ticket?
Yes. You must reserve an advance, timed-entry tickets before your visit.Get free tickets to the Getty Villa
When will the Villa reopen completely?
The Villa will fully reopen in spring 2018.
Are galleries at the Getty Center also closing?
No; the Getty Center is open as usual and is unaffected by changes at the Villa.
See a schedule of daily art, architecture, and garden tours.
Pay Once, Park Twice
Get same-day parking at both the Getty Center and the Getty Villa for one $15 fee. (Offer not valid on Mondays or Tuesdays.)