The museum is situated in the heart of the city on Kasturba Road, in close proximity to Cubbon Park and across the road from the Government Museum and the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum. Plan your visit to the museum using the following information:
22, Kasturba Rd, Shanthala Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
Phone: +91 80 6933 4100
Sun-Thurs, 10 am – 6:30 pm*
Fri-Sat, 10 am – 7:30 pm
*Tuesday: 2pm – 6:30pm free entry to all exhibitions
Free admission on Tuesday for all visitors. The Sculpture Courtyard, Infosys Foundation Gallery, digital experiences, MAP Store and Cafe will be open to all from Tuesday to Sunday.
For information on bespoke events and guided tours, please contact email@example.com.
Please click here to view our Visitor Guidelines.
In light of the rising Covid cases in the city, we urge you to wear a mask inside the museum at all times.
Single Entry Ticket per exhibition: ₹150
Discounted: ₹100 [Senior Citizens, Defense Personnel, People with disabilities, 19-25 year old students with ID]
Discounted: ₹50 [Children 6-18]
Free: Children below the age of 6 and caretakers
The ticket prices are exclusive of GST.
Discounted combo and group tickets are available at the reception desk at the museum.
The Museum is on Kasturba Road, within an easy walking-distance of Cubbon Park, MG Road and Vidhana Soudha metro stations.
The Museum’s location can be found using this location pin.
Parking may be found on Kasturba Cross Road, parallel to Lavelle Road, as well as at UB City.
At MAP we believe that art is for all and have a range of accessibility services and features to make your visit as seamless as possible. The Museum is designed with mobility in mind, with accessible parking, pathing and bathrooms for ease of access. We have also developed audio guides and tactile artworks for a holistic experience of our exhibitions. More information about our accessibility features can be found here.
The Bloomberg Connects App offers inclusive guides for exhibitions in audio and written text which are suitable for everyone, including visitors with vision impairment. The App is screen-reader friendly and features videos with Indian Sign Language interpretation and subtitles. Please remember to bring your earphones with you to the museum to access and enjoy the guides on the app. You can find more information on our digital guide and how to download the app here.