Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Thursday – 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sunday – 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

*Closed Mondays, New Year’s Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Museum Map:

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  • Adults – $12.00 + tax
  • Seniors (65+) – $10.00 +tax
  • Students – $9.00
  • Children 12 and under – Free (Children must be accompanied by parent or guardian)
  • Booth Museum Members – Free (Contact the Membership Manager, Karen Mahoney, at 770-387-8613 for membership information)
  • Active Military Personnel – Free with ID (½ price regular admission for all immediate family members of the active duty person)

Book a Group Tour Today!

Group Rates are available for groups of 10 or more, and include a Docent. Advanced booking is required. Each person will pay $10.00 + tax at the door the day of your visit.

Please click here to access the ADULT GROUP BOOKING FORM

In an effort to reach out to individuals and families in our community, we offer FREE admission on the 1st Thursday of each month from
4:00 pm to 8:00 pm.


The best way to be a part of Booth Western Art Museum is to Become a Member.
Memberships are available to fit any budget and help support the programs of the Museum.

Membership in the Booth is a chance to participate in something exciting and wonderful. Nowhere in the Southeast can you learn about this truly American-themed art, the colorful artists who create it and the culture of Western America.

By becoming a member at the Museum Package level or above, you can enjoy the benefits of the following reciprocal programs:

  • Free admission to more than 300 science centers through the ASTC Passport Program (through a Tellus Museum Membership)
  • Free admission to 12 top Western museums through the Museums West Consortium (through a Booth Museum Membership)
  • Free admission to more than 75 art and history museums through SERM (through a Bartow History Museum Membership)

Photography Policy:

Cameras are welcome at Booth Western Art Museum for private, non-commercial use only. Photography is not permitted in special exhibitions or areas designated as “No Photography.” Flashes, video cameras, selfie sticks, monopods and tripods are prohibited. Photographs cannot be published, sold, reproduced, transferred, distributed, or otherwise commercially exploited in any manner whatsoever.

For press and other special photography, including film and videotape projects, please contact Tom Shinall, Director of Marketing, at marketing@boothmuseum.org.

Weapons Policy:

Booth Western Art Museum is a weapons free facility.  Firearms, weapons, and explosives are prohibited.


Booth Western Art Museum is located at 501 Museum Drive, Cartersville, GA 30120

Arriving from I-75:

  • Take I-75 to exit #288 – Main Street, Cartersville, Georgia. Turn West.
  • Follow Main Street (Highway #113 / #61) into the business district – approximately 2.2 miles.
  • Turn right on Gilmer Street, go 2 blocks under the bridge and the Museum is on the left.
  • Cross the street at the crosswalk and enter through the gate located on Gilmer Street.

Arriving from Highway #113/#61 West:

  • Take Highway #113 / #61 – Main Street, Cartersville, Georgia.
  • Follow Main Street into the business district.
  • After crossing the railroad tracks, proceed to the 1st traffic light and turn left onto Gilmer Street.
  • Go two blocks under the bridge and the Museum is on the left.
  • Cross the street at the crosswalk and enter through the gate located on Gilmer Street.

Things to Do:

Highlights Tour
A daily guided tour of the permanent collection is offered every day at 1:30 pm. This tour is included in regular admission to the Museum. Tour lasts approximately 60 minutes.

Civil War Tour
Explore the War is Hell Gallery, painting by painting, learning of the people and the battles from both a local and regional perspective. For more information, click here.

Adult Add-On Program
For information on our Adult Add-On Program, click here.

Family and Children’s Activity Guides
Be sure to pick up a Family Activity Guide and Museum Guide for Kids during your visit.  Caregivers and children will find great information on how to make a more meaningful connection to the art and enjoy the interactive play space, Sagebrush Ranch.

Sagebrush Ranch
Sagebrush Ranch is a fun, hands-on place for children and their parents to play and learn. This gallery provides children with the opportunity to touch and interact with the exhibits and allows kids to be kids. Each activity is a learning opportunity and is themed around art and the West. Rodeo Joe, the Ranch Foreman, welcomes visitors of all ages to the Ranch but reminds visitors that Sagebrush Ranch is designed for children, but parents need to stay with their children at all times.


We offer sandwiches, salads, soups, and much more. We also have assorted desserts, coffee, and tea.

Café Hours
Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00 am – 3:30 pm
Closed Sunday and Monday

Catering / Group Option
The Booth Museum Café offers special menus for groups of 20 or more. We can provide everything from a sack lunch to dinner with china and linen. Please contact Debra Abernathy at 770-387-1300 or debraa@boothmuseum.org for quotes for your special occasion.

For information about hosting events large or small, including corporate meetings, weddings, benefits and more, contact the Event Rentals Department at 770-606-5715 or clientevents@georgiamuseums.org.

Museum Accessibility:

Special Needs/Access
The Museum is fully accessible to all visitors. Special needs are met with a ground level entrance to the Museum from the parking lot on Gilmer Street. A limited number of wheelchairs are available, and a closed captioned orientation film is offered.

For special needs, contact Guest Services at 770-387-1300.

Suggested Lodging:

hilton with phone
 (770) 382-8999 – ask for the Booth rate!


Local Links

Tellus Science Museum
Bartow History Museum 
The Grand Theatre
Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site
Cartersville-Bartow Convention & Visitors Bureau “Delivering resident suggestions for places to stay, things to do and insider tips worth repeating.”


Museums West Consortium
High Museum of Art

For more information about tourism in Georgia visit www.exploregeorgia.org.