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The Zimmerli is a teaching museum with diverse collections and dynamic programming which offer something for everyone.
With more than 60,000 works in its collection, the museum frequently updates the permanent galleries with works that spotlight an artist, period, or theme. Special exhibitions reflect the Zimmerli's commitment to interdisciplinary perspectives and range from provative thematic shows to in-depth surveys of particular artists and movements.
Educational activities and social opportunities enhance the visual experience for visitors of all ages. Performances and lectures provide deeper insight into the artist's world; while workshops and classes invite participants to become the artists.
The Zimmerli's hours are:
Tuesdays through Fridays: 10am to 4:30pm
Saturdays and Sundays: Noon to 5pm
First Wednesdays of each month: 10am to 9pm
The museum is closed Mondays, major holidays, and the month of August.
Free parking is available immediately behind the museum in lot 16 (weekends only), and in lot number 1 across from the Zimmerli and next to Kirkpatrick chapel (entrance to lot is located at the corner of George and Somerset Streets). Metered parking is available on adjacent streets; parking for the disabled is available in front of the museum and in nearby lots 8, 9, and 14.
There are also several paid parking decks in New Brunswick not far from the museum. You can find more information about locations and pricing on the New Brunswick Parking Authority website.
The Zimmerli is a short walk from the NJ Transit train station in New Brunswick, midway between New York City and Philadelphia. Once you leave the station, just walk one block north on College Avenue to Hamilton Street. Then walk one block east to get to the museum.