Tickets & Admissions for MFAH Films


Admission

$9 General admission
$10 Admission for film festivals presented at the MFAH
$2 discount    MFAH members, students with ID, seniors (65+)
Free Children 5 and younger


Purchasing Tickets
The MFAH Films box office accepts payment by cash, check, and credit card. Tickets may be purchased in advance in three ways: online, via ticket links on mfah.org/calendar or mfah.org/film pages; in the MFAH lobbies during Museum hours; and at the box office prior to screenings. The box office opens an hour before showtime. In order to allow as many people as possible to be seated on time, staff may need to refrain from printing multiple advance tickets within the hour of a posted film screening.

Patron Group
Join Film Buffs, the Museum’s patron group, and receive at least 10 free admissions to MFAH films, plus discounted admission thereafter.

Location & Directions
Most films are screened in the Museum’s Brown Auditorium Theater. Please enter the Caroline Wiess Law Building at the Main Street entrance. Learn more about parking and transportation options at the Museum.

Showtimes
Check mfah.org/calendar or mfah.org/film to see the film schedule and to purchase tickets online.

Subtitles
All films originating in foreign languages are shown with English subtitles, unless otherwise noted.

Ratings
Many of the films are not rated and may be inappropriate for younger viewers.

Closed-Captioning & Audio-Description Capabilities
Brown Auditorium Theater is equipped for closed-captioning and audio-description services when the film presented has such features enabled. Please note that the MFAH screens rare and rediscovered prints of movie classics; new and historical works; restored silent films; thematic retrospectives; and innovative works by contemporary film, video, and new-media artists. Many of these titles are not distributed with closed-captioning and audio-description capabilities.

Accessibility
If you have any questions or requests concerning accessibility resources in the Museum’s auditoriums, email accessibility@mfah.org or call 713.639.7300.