The Orange County Museum of Art is the premier visual arts organization in Orange County, California, serving a population of nearly three million residents in one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country. Critically acclaimed exhibitions such as Picasso to Pollock: Modern Masterpieces from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Mary Heilmann: To Be Someone, and Birth of the Cool: Art Design, and Culture at Midcentury, draw more than 40,000 visitors annually. In 1984 the Museum launched the California Biennial, which has grown to become the premier exhibition for emerging artists in the state. Some 15,000 children and adults participate in award winning education programs. The museum's collection comprises nearly 2,500 objects, with a concentration on modern and contemporary art. MUSEUM HOURS Mon-Tues CLOSED Wed- Sun 11 am–5 p.m. Thurs 11 am–8 p.m. THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED THE FOLLOWING HOLIDAYS: Fourth of July Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day New Year's Day THE MUSEUM WILL CLOSE AT 3 PM THE FOLLOWING DAYS: Christmas Eve New Year's Eve ADMISSION Adults- $12 Students (w/ valid ID) & Seniors (65+) - $10 Children under 12 - Free Members- Free Second Sunday of the Month - Free DIRECTIONS From the 405 North, exit Jamboree Road and go West (towards the Ocean). Continue on Jamboree Road and turn left onto Santa Barbara Drive, then turn left on San Clemente Drive. Take an immediate left into the parking lot. From the 405 South, connect to the 73 South and exit Jamboree Road. Turn right on Jamboree Road. Continue on Jamboree Road and turn left onto Santa Barbara Drive, then turn left on San Clemente Drive. Take an immediate left into the parking lot.