Newport Beach

United States

850 San Clemente Drive
Phone: 949.759.1122
Fax: 949.759.5623

Orange County Museum Of Art

The Orange County Museum of Art champions and interprets the art and culture of our time for a diverse and changing community. The museum is guided by the conviction that exhibitions and programs should link historical and contemporary art, bridge local and global cultures, and inspire the sense of inquiry, creativity, and imagination within all people.

The Orange Lounge, the Orange County Museum of Art's satellite venue located inside South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, is Southern California’s premier new media space. This is the first museum space on the West Coast devoted exclusively to the presentation and interpretation of video, computer and Internet-based art, audio works, and other forms of new media. The Orange Lounge is the only space of its kind located in a major retail complex. Visit for more information.

Permanent Collection

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Adults $10

Students (w/ valid ID) $8

Seniors (65+) $8

Children under 12 Free

Members Free

Opening hours

Open Hours:
Wed- Sun
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

11 a.m. - 8 p.m.

The Museum is closed on the following holidays:
Easter Day
Independence Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day
New Year's Day

Business Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Getting there

Driving Directions to the museum:
Take the 405, and exit Jamboree Road West and turn left onto Santa Barbara Drive, then turn left on San Clemente Drive. Take an immediate left into the parking lot.

Driving directions to the Orange Lounge:
Exit the 405 freeway at Bristol Street. Head East. South Coast Plaza will be on the left. Continue on Bristol and turn left on Sunflower. Travel one block and turn left on Bear Street. The South Coast Plaza Home wing (also known as Crystal Court) is located on the right. The Orange Lounge is on the third floor near Crate & Barrel and the central elevator. Address is 3333 Bear Street #303, Costa Mesa, CA 92626.

We encourage and recommend using public transportation.

For bus service to the museum, bus lines 55, 57, 75 and 79 service the area. Route 1 connects to the 55 and the 79. Visit for schedules.

Museum internal and external photos (2)

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