- Morikami Members: FREE!
- Adults (ages 18+): $15
- Seniors (65+) $13
- Military (with ID): $13
- College Students (with ID): $11
- Children (ages 6-17): $9
- Children 5 and under: FREE!
- Please note that no discounts are offered on festival days
- Adult Group (per person): $13.08 plus tax
- Children’s Group (per person): $7.48 plus tax
Please note: Group Admission is for groups of 15 or more. Please see our Tours page for details or to book your tour today!
* All prices include tax unless otherwise noted, prices are as of 10/1/14
General Museum Hours
- Open Tuesday through Sunday | 10am – 5pm
- Closed Mondays and major holidays
- Open Monday through Friday | 9am – 5pm
- Open Tuesday through Sunday | 11am – 3pm
We are closed on major national holidays, including Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Easter, and 4th of July. See festival and special event hours below.
Festival Hours of Operation
- Lantern Festival in the Spirit of Obon: Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 3pm to 8pm
- Oshogatsu: Sunday, January 12, 2020 from 10am to 5pm
- Hatsume Fair: Saturday and Sunday, April 4 & 5, 2020 from 10am to 5pm
- Sushi & Stroll: Second Friday of the month: May, July, September from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Please Note: With the exception of Sushi & Stroll, the museum and gardens are closed before the opening of each festival in preparation for the event. The museum galleries are closed during all festivals and Sushi & Stroll. Prices for festivals vary from daily admission prices.
Morikami is located in Delray Beach, Florida, in between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale.
- Traveling South on I-95: Take I-95 south and exit Linton Blvd., travel west for 4 miles to Jog Rd. and turn south (left). Proceed approximately 3/4 miles to turn right on main museum entrance road (just past traffic lights at Morikami Park Road), follow winding road to museum parking lot.
- Traveling South on Florida’s Turnpike: Take the Turnpike south to the Delray Beach exit (Atlantic Ave.) and head east approximately 2 miles to Jog Road. Turn south (right) onto Jog Road. Proceed approximately 1-3/4 miles and turn right on main museum entrance road (just past traffic lights at Morikami Park Road), follow winding road to museum parking lot.
- Traveling North on I-95: Take I-95 north to Yamato Road in Boca Raton, exit Yamato and travel 4 miles west to Jog Road. Turn north (right) onto Jog Road and proceed approximately 3 miles and turn left on main museum entrance road(at traffic light for Morikami Park Road), follow winding road to museum parking lot.
- Traveling North on Florida’s Turnpike: Take the Turnpike north to the Glades Rd. exit, head east (left) on Glades approximately 2 miles to Jog Road. Turn north (left) onto Jog Road. Proceed to main museum entrance road (left at traffic light for Morikami Park Road), follow winding road to museum parking lot.
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Accessibility and Special Assistance
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens welcomes all visitors, including people with disabilities, older adults, and veterans. Morikami is wheelchair accessible (but wheelchairs are not provided) in accordance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA):
- A push button is available to automatically open the main entrance door.
- The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is predominately ADA accessible in all areas of the Museum and areas closest to the Main Museum. The garden path consists of compacted natural material and may not be suitable to every visitors’ ability to navigate the 7/8 mile in its entirety. Wheelchairs with larger than standard tires are recommended.
- Park benches are located throughout the gardens for all visitors’ comfort.
- Accessible parking is located near the museum’s main entrance.
- Ramp access to the gardens is located at the south end of the Cornell Café.
- Pets are not allowed inside the museum or garden. We comply with all ADA requirements and accept service animals as defined by the ADA. Service animals are defined as dogs or miniature horses that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animals are not allowed as they are not classified as service animals by the ADA.
We comply with all ADA requirements and accept service animals as defined by the ADA. Service animals are defined as dogs or miniature horses that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animals are not allowed as they are not classified as service animals by the ADA.
Personal photography is permitted in the gardens during regular operating hours, and we encourage guests to share their experiences on social media using #morikami. Photographers may only carry a small camera bag and collapsible tripod. Any additional photography equipment as well as wardrobe changes are prohibited. Private and/or commercial photography sessions must be scheduled in advance with our Facility Rentals department.
For information on photography in the museum galleries, please refer to our Current Exhibitions page.