Gallery Hours: Fridays 2-6 PM
Saturdays & Sundays 1-5 PM
Admission is always free.


We strive to make Armory Center for the Arts a welcoming, inclusive, and engaging experience for everyone. If you have questions, or can't find accessibility accommodations listed below that address your particular situation, please contact us at


Armory Center for the Arts
145 North Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, California 91103

Gallery Hours

Fridays 2-6 PM
Saturdays & Sundays 1-5 PM

Holiday Hours
The Armory is closed during federal holidays.

Current Exhibition

Terry Chatkupt: A Year on view. Admission is always free. Donations are appreciated. 


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Group Tours - Contact us at if you’d like to organize a guided tour outside of regular hours for up to 20 of your friends, students, or colleagues.

COVID Safety - Effective April 10, 2023, masking for the general public and staff is strongly encouraged and based on individual preference. Vulnerable populations, including people who are elderly, immunocompromised, or have underlying health conditions, and those who have contact with them should consider masking in indoor public spaces. Masks will continue to be made available to employees and students upon request. Mask guidelines are subject to change at any time as we continue to monitor outbreaks and community transmission rates. All Armory staff members are fully vaccinated. Click here to review the Armory's COVID safety protocols prior to your scheduled visit.


Visitor + COVID Guidelines




  • Old Pasadena Park & Walk Garages:
    0-2 Hours $1.00
    $2.00 per hour for every hour thereafter
    $12.00 Daily Max
  • Street parking doesn't charge before 11 am on weekdays.
  • To learn more about parking, view parking options in Old Pasadena.
  • Designated parking for people with disabilities is available in the back of the Armory building. 

Metro and Bus Information


Metro provides Bus and Rail transportation to Memorial Park Station until 2 am on Fridays and Saturdays. For your best route or more info, visit the Metro Trip Planner or call (323) Go Metro (323.466.3876).

The Armory is on the Metro L Line (formerly the Gold Line). We are across the street from the Memorial Park Station.

Connecting Bus Services:

  • Metro Bus Lines 260, 267, 501, 687
  • Foothill Transit Lines 187
  • Pasadena Transit Bus Routes 20, 40, 50, 80 

Street Entry/Drop Offs

The Armory's curbside front entrance on Raymond Avenue is perfectly level, with even pavement transitioning directly to large double doors. There are no entry stairs, but the double doors do not automatically open, yet. To the left of the doors is a doorbell that anyone can sound to request help with the doors.  

Accessible Restrooms

A designated women's restroom, as well as a lockable, all-gender restroom, can be found just past our front entrance, to the right. Both restrooms have 1 ADA-compatible stall each and are equipped with infant changing stations. 

Wheelchair/Stroller Access

All Armory galleries, classrooms, meeting rooms, and restrooms are wheelchair and stroller accessible.

Service Animals

Certified service animals are always welcomed inside the Armory. 

Visually Impaired: Indoor Lighting 

Please note that lighting in galleries for certain exhibitions may be dimmed and/or contain blackened rooms to display video projections or accommodate aspects of an artists' installation.



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