The Zuckerman Museum of Art's summer hour of operations:

Tuesday & Thursday, 10am - 5pm and Saturday 12pm - 5pm

Hours, Directions and Parking

Conveniently located 25 minutes north of Midtown Atlanta! 

Regular hours:
Tuesday - Friday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Saturday: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Important Note: The Zuckerman Museum of Art and our Fine Arts Satellite Gallery in the Wilson Building close during installation periods, and for Kennesaw State University breaks and holidays unless otherwise noted. Please see the KSU calendar for details.

The Zuckerman Museum of Art is located on Kennesaw State University's Kennesaw campus.

492 Prillaman Way
Kennesaw, GA 30144

  • Directions from I-75 
    Take Exit 271 (Chastain Road). Turn west on Chastain Road. At the first intersection, turn right on Frey Road. At the third light, turn left on Campus Loop road. Take the third turn on the roundabout, and the Zuckerman Museum of Art will be directly on your right.

    Directions from Cobb Parkway (US-41) 
    Turn east on McCollum Parkway, and continue on as it becomes Chastain Road. At the sixth intersection, turn left on Frey Road. At the third light, turn left on Campus Loop road. Take the third turn on the roundabout, and the Zuckerman Museum of Art will be directly on your right.

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  • Please park in Visitor Lot J, located off of Parliament Garden Way; parking is $3/hour ($12 maximum) and the first 30 minute are free.

    For additional parking options and directions, visit Campus Services.

    Campus Services (Parking) 

Tours and Field Trips

Free Admission

With our permanent collection spanning several decades and regularly rotating exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, we hope you choose the Zuckerman Museum of Art for your next field trip or tour.  


Field Trips

The ZMA strives to be a premiere, low-cost field trip destination for students of all ages. Docent-led tours are paired with creative, interactive programming that enhances what you do in the classroom. Combine your visit to the ZMA with a tour of Kennesaw State’s gorgeous campus and other facilities in the College of the Arts, a visit to our Fine Arts Gallery in the Wilson Building, a meal in our award-winning campus eatery, The Commons, or just plan to spend your time with us. Online field trip request forms for KSU faculty and P-12 educators are located on our Educator Resources page.

Fine Arts Gallery The Commons


Self-guided tours at the ZMA are a great way to spend time with your family and friends, and they are an excellent way to enjoy time with your organization or friends and family. We recommend that you allow for approximately two hours to see the Zuckerman Museum of Art. Reservations are not required for self-guided visits.

Docent-led tours are also available at the ZMA. Our highly-trained staff will provide a group of six or more people with a dynamic learning experience. While we recommend about one hour for a basic tour, we will happily work with you to meet your specific needs. We can also pre-arrange an interactive element at your request (please be prepared to allow for a longer visit).

Reservations are required for docent-led tours for six or more. Please use the link below to submit your request or contact us at (470) 578-3223 to ask questions or book your date.

While docent-led tours are not offered for fewer than six people, our trained staff is available to answer questions and provide additional information about the artwork on display. Feel free to pose your questions to any ZMA staff person you see!




KSU Don Russell Clayton Gallery

Don Russell Clayton Gallery

A part of the Zuckerman Museum of Art building, the Don Russell Clayton Gallery is named in honor of the donor of the Athos Menaboni Collection. The rotating gallery space features a wide array of temporary exhibitions.

Athos Menaboni

Malinda Jolley Mortin Gallery

The Malinda Jolley Mortin Gallery is used to showcase highlights from the Permanent Collection. It is located in the Zuckerman Museum of Art extension into the Bailey Performance Center's Anna F. Henriquez Atrium.

KSU mortin gallery
KSU Ruth V. Zuckerman Pavilion

Ruth V. Zuckerman Pavilion

A soaring glass atrium, the Ruth V. Zuckerman Pavilion highlights forty years of its namesake's work from 1953 to 1993. Objects in the collection include significant sculptures in stone and bronze, photography, paintings, plaster maquettes, and the artist's personal archives.

Ruth V. Zuckerman

Anna F. Henriquez Atrium

This unique shared space also serves as the entryway to the majestic Audrey Morgan Hall, the primary concert hall of the Bailey Performance Center. Enjoy the artwork in the Atrium during a visit to the Zuckerman, before a concert at the Bailey, or while at the joint complex for both cultural experiences.

KSU Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center
KSU Fine Arts Gallery

Fine Arts Satellite Gallery

Located in the Joe Mack Wilson Building across from the Stillwell Theater, the Zuckerman Museum of Art's Fine Arts Satellite Gallery is ideal for solo exhibitions, or group art exhibits that are moderate or intimate in scale. It regularly features exhibitions and projects from the School of Art and Design's students, faculty and staff. The Fine Arts Satellite Gallery is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The space is closed to the public during installation periods and for Kennesaw State University breaks and holidays unless otherwise noted. Please see the KSU calendar for details.

KSU Calendar Fine Arts Satellite Gallery

Leo Delle Lassiter Jolley Collection Research Center

The Zuckerman Museum of Art also contains the Leo Delle Lassiter Jolley Collection Research Center - a state-of-the-art home for the KSU Permanent Collection and Campus Collection. The Center is available for use by Kennesaw State students and faculty, and community scholars with pre-approval from museum staff. Visits to the Center are by appointment only. Contact The Zuckerman Museum of Art for details.

KSU The Zuckerman Museum of Art

COVID-19 Information: 

The Zuckerman Museum of Art's continues to implement ongoing safety measures to combat the spread of Covid-19, including: 

  • The number of patrons we will be able to accommodate in the ZMA at one time is limited. If you would like to secure a reservation for your visit, please visit the link above.
  • Face Masks/Social Distance: Based on guidance provided by the CDC, the University System of Georgia has updated its face mask requirements. Fully vaccinated individuals may resume on campus activities without wearing a face mask, including indoors. Unvaccinated individuals are strongly encouraged to continue to socially distance from others when possible and wear face mask while inside campus facilities.
  • We ask that all non-cohabitating patrons maintain a 6' social distance.
  • If we reach the maximum number of persons allowed in the Museum and there is a waiting list, visits will be limited to 30 minutes.
  • For the safety of all our guests, extensive cleaning protocols have been implemented. Hand sanitizing stations can be found at the entrances to the Museum and at the entrance to both galleries.

If you have questions, please call us at 470-578-3223 or email

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