Discover Joy on the Art Trail with the New Passport to Joy!

As of November 26, 2021, the new Art Trail Passport is available for purchase in-person and online for just $35.

Buy a Passport Now

Discover world-class museums and historic sites on the state-wide Connecticut Art Trail and explore diverse, quality collections rich in history and heritage, including European masterpieces, American Impressionism, ancient art and contemporary culture.

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The Art Trail Passport makes it easy to visit more than one museum and offers incredible savings… a $120+ value, still for only $35! The Passport offers additional benefits like discounts, gifts, and more information about each member museum and historic site.

To purchase an Art Trail Passport in-person, visit any member museum (except for Yale University Art Gallery) and ask a museum representative at the Admission Desk. Our website is the only place you can purchase the Art Passport online.

We offer online purchases through PayPal (by Paypal account or by checking out as a guest with your credit card). Your Passport voucher is valid for 1 year from your purchase date. You can present your printed voucher at any member museum (except for Yale University Art Gallery) to exchange for an Art Trail Passport booklet, and set off on your Trail-wide adventure!

Make the Art Passport the centerpiece of your next travel experience!

“The Connecticut Art Passport/Art Trail was a really interesting and fun way to explore Connecticut. It led us back to museums we have visited many times before, but more importantly showed us many wonderful places we didn’t know about. The mix of historic sites related to art and conventional museums gave us a variety of perspectives on art in Connecticut. In particular I enjoyed finding connections between the places we visited, like finding paintings by Childe Hassam in New Britain and Hartford after learning about him at the Florence Griswold Museum. Having the Art Passport was definitely a boon to our budget, and there was just something very satisfying about having the passport “stamped” like we were traveling on an art adventure.”
— Sandra, Norwich, CT

“We discovered many exciting art treasures and jewels and enjoyed the opportunity to have this affordable overview of your riches”
— Kay and Stephen, Long Island, NY

Fairfield County

Bruce Museum — Greenwich, CT

Center for Contemporary Printmaking — Norwalk, CT

Fairfield University Art Museum — Fairfield, CT

Greenwich Historical Society/Bush-Holley House Museum — Cos Cob, CT

MOCA Westport – Museum of Contemporary Art — Westport, CT

Silvermine gallery

Silvermine Arts Center — New Canaan, CT

Stamford Museum & Nature Center — Stamford, CT

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum — Ridgefield, CT

The Housatonic Museum of Art — Bridgeport, CT

Weir Farm National Historical Park — Wilton, CT

Greater New Haven

Yale Center for British Art — New Haven, CT

Yale University Art Gallery — New Haven, CT

Litchfield Hills

Mattatuck Museum — Waterbury, CT

Mystic Country

Florence Griswold Museum — Old Lyme, CT

Lyman Allyn Art Museum — New London, CT

Mystic Museum of Art — Mystic, CT

Slater Memorial Museum, Norwich Free Academy Campus — Norwich, CT

The William Benton Museum of Art, University of CT — Storrs, CT

River Valley

Art Museum at the University of Saint Joseph — West Hartford, CT

Hill-Stead Museum — Farmington, CT

New Britain Museum of American Art — New Britain, CT

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art — Hartford, CT