Monday – Friday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design is closed on Easter, the day before Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day.
Free parking is available in the First Baptist Church lot adjacent to The Branch. There are entrances to the parking lot from Park Avenue and Robinson Street. There is a gated entrance to our front courtyard through the brick wall bordering the parking lot. Please help us preserve the street parking for our neighbors by parking in this lot.
The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design is located at 2501 Monument Avenue, in Richmond’s historic Fan District, at the intersection of Monument and Davis Avenues.
From downtown, take Grace Street west to Davis, turn left and travel one block. The Branch is on Monument Avenue opposite the next intersection.
From I-95 North or I-64 West, take exit 78 toward Boulevard. Turn left from ramp onto Hermitage Rd. Make first right onto Robin Hood Rd. and next left onto VA-161/N. Boulevard. Proceed one mile and turn left onto Broad Street, then turn right at the third light onto Davis Ave. Go two blocks, and The Branch is on Monument Avenue opposite the next intersection.
From I-95 South or I-64 East, take exit 78 and turn right onto Boulevard. Proceed one mile and turn left onto Broad Street, then turn right at the third light onto Davis Ave. Go two blocks, and The Branch is on Monument Avenue opposite the next intersection.
The Branch Museum is accessible to those with disabilities. Our handicap ramp is located to the side of the building closest to the parking lot. Call our front desk at (804) 655-6055 and we will open the door for you and provide any assistance needed.
COVID-19 Visitor Requirements
We ask that everyone please wear a mask in indoor public spaces regardless of vaccination status. If you do not have a mask, we can provide one for you. If you are visiting our galleries we do require masks. It is your choice whether or not to wear a mask in the garden, front terrace or private offices.