Where is the Witte located?
The Witte Museum is located at 3801 Broadway in Brackenridge Park just north of downtown. Admission is at the Riverside Entrance Gate on Tuleta Drive just west of Avenue B. Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed is the first exhibition in the new Mays Family Center. The facility spans more than 10-thousand-square-feet. Every summer, it will house blockbuster exhibitions at the Witte. The rest of the year, the Mays Family Center will be used as a facility for special events and convention business.
Does the Witte offer parking?
Free parking is available in the Brackenridge Park Parking Garage on Avenue B.
How long will Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed be at the Witte?
The exhibition runs through September 5, 2016.
What is the cost to purchase a ticket to Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed?
Prices include entrance into Maya as well as General Admission to the Witte, which gives visitors access to the H-E-B Body Adventure and the South Texas Heritage Center:
Member Adult ($8.00)
Member Child ($8.00)
Member Senior ($8.00)
3 years old and under ($0.00)
Member 3 years old and under ($0.00)
Please note that the Maya exhibition is a timed ticket. Upgrade to Anytime Tickets ($25): Call Witte Reservations at 210.357.1910
During what hours can I see Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed?
The exhibit is open during regular museum business hours. Please note that the Maya exhibition is a timed ticket.
Upgrade to Anytime Tickets ($25): Call Witte Reservations at 210.357.1910
10:00 AM-5:00 PM
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday - Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Noon - 5:00 PM
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