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Ozeum occupies a prominent place among the leading historical and cultural museums due to the high value of collection presented and constant activity in spheres of research, exhibitions and cultural education.

The Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, Monday Closed. We are open on all holidays as well.

Yes, photography is allowed at the Museum. Please remember to maintain a safe distance from the artwork. Don’t forget to tag us in your social media posts! (@museumofgoa)

The ticket includes viewing of the artworks in all 3 floors and the sculpture garden. It also includes a documentary which is 15 minutes long, that will give you an insight into what sort of artworks are there in this museum, what was the idea behind creating this space, etc.

Yes, the museum doubles up as a gallery, and some of the works presented are for sale. The museum representatives will be able to help you with pricing and purchasing the artwork.

Yes, the museum has a Children’s Art Studio (CAS) that hosts a variety of painting, colouring and other art activities, with a built-in play area. The Children’s Art Studio also conducts regular workshops, with expert artists based in Goa. CAS also hosts art-driven birthday parties. The charges for CAS are not included in the ticket.

Send us a text on Whatsapp to this number (80105 65923) if you wish to be part of the broadcast group to receive updates on upcoming workshops.

Join our broadcast list! Our broadcast list will update you on all the happenings at MOG well in advance so that our broadcast members can plan their visit. This includes updates about upcoming MOG Sunday talks, as well as any other event that is scheduled. Send us a text on WhatsApp to this number (77220 89666) if you wish to be a part of the broadcast list.
Apart from this, you can follow us on Instagram @museumofgoa for all updates.

The Museum is wheelchair accessible, and our staff are trained to be accommodating of all our guest’s needs.

The Museum Cafe has a delicious and versatile menu with vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, all of which are not covered by the entrance fee. To reduce wastage, we recommend visitors bring water bottles for refills as opposed to buying water bottles at the Museum.

MOG is a privately owned contemporary art Museum, founded and owned by Goan artist Subodh Kerkar.

The Museum relies on the patronage of the public, and in this sense, welcomes donations. However, any artwork accepted by the Museum must be approved by the Museum’s curatorial department. Please forward images and descriptions of the artwork you consider donating to us at info.museumofgoa@gmail.com.

The Museum consists of 3 floors and a sculpture garden. It is one of the largest Contemporary art spaces in India.

It will take around 45 minutes to 1 hour to look at the entire museum. We also have a documentary which is 15 minutes long that will give you an insight into what sort of artworks are there in this museum, what was the idea behind creating this space, etc.

The artworks are accompanied by detailed descriptions and artist statements that are written in English. Reading them would give you a proper insight about the artwork. If you additionally need to discuss the artwork, our team on the floor will be happy to talk to you.

For the safety of our guests, all children below the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Yes, MOG has a regular Sunday event called “MOG Sundays”, where experts in different fields give talks and lectures on their areas of expertise. MOG also hosts events other than MOG Sundays, such as plays and performances.

Guided tours of the Museum are charged separately. Our storytellers trained in the arts, and storytelling, speak multiple languages to ensure that you have the most memorable visit.

Museum Director, Subodh Kerkar, gives special tours as well. We highly recommend you pre-book tours of your preference (only for the larger group of people).

The Museum of Goa serves as a contemporary art space where each artwork narrates stories of Goa. There are paintings, sculptures, digital artworks as well as art installations which tell you stories about Goa History.

The Museum of Goa is a contemporary art museum, which narrates stories of Goa through the lens of over 20+ Goan artists. It offers an insight into Goan history and allows visitors to understand the artworks as a response to history, rather than a representation of it.

Please email info.museumofgoa@gmail.com with information about you, your artwork and images of your artwork and representatives from the Museum curatorial department will get in touch with you at the earliest. Please allow for one work week between sending in your message to receiving a reply.

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