During Your Visit

Information and tips for your visit.

Gallery Guides

Gallery guides are available at the Admissions desk in the lobby. *New* Mobile website available during your visit with 30 minute tours, points of interest, scavenger hunts and more. Please ask our Admissions Desk for details.

Helpful Hints

  • Food and drink cannot be brought into the Museum.
  • Water in plastic bottles may be brought into the Museum.
  • Only pencils may be used in the galleries; the use of pens and markers is prohibited.
  • Strollers are allowed in all galleries unless otherwise noted.
  • Wheelchairs are available.
  • No pets allowed in the building, with the exception of guide dogs.
  • Visitors are required to wear a shirt and shoes at all times while in the building.
  • To ensure the safety of the collection, the Museum does not permit visitors to carry bags on their backs in the gallery.
  • Tobacco products and vapor inhalation devices are prohibited at all times inside the building.
  • Children ages 12 and under are to be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times while inside the Museum.
  • Do not touch works of art. Dirt, moisture, and other contaminants present on hands can stain or corrode the surfaces of artworks. Some works are more fragile than they appear, and even simple touching can cause permanent damage. Help us protect works of art and preserve our common heritage for future generations. 


The use of flash is prohibited at all times and in all galleries.  Still photography is permitted for private, noncommercial use only in the Museum's galleries devoted to the permanent collection. Monopods and tripods are not permitted. Photographs cannot be published, sold, reproduced, transferred, distributed, or otherwise commercially exploited in any manner whatsoever. Movie and video cameras prohibited.

Please note the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum is not responsible for property loss or damage. 

Field Trips

We believe every child's visit to the Hall of Fame should be an experience to help them understand the role our horse has played in history and in present day.  Our lessons are designed with age-appropriate activities that add value to what is being taught in school.  Our education staff works closely with WoWW consultants and area educators to develop our field trips.  Learn more.

Visitors with Special Needs

Service animals are allowed in the Museum (Americans with Disabilities Act). Strollers for children are also allowed inside.  A wheelchair is available at no charge at the Admissions Desk on a first come, first served basis.