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FAQs

Don’t see your question listed below? Call The Woodruff Arts Center at 404.733.4200.

The Woodruff Arts Center is one of the largest arts centers in the world. Our campus is home to three artistic organizations, often referred to as the “Art Partners”: the Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) and the High Museum of Art. The Woodruff Arts Center offers institutional support to these distinct renowned organizations, including the use of shared services, funding and facility management. Together, these organizations offer outstanding theatre, music and art exhibitions to over 800,000 patrons each year. We also prioritize arts education at The Woodruff Arts Center and are proud to serve as the largest arts educator in Georgia, with an annual reach of over 200,000 students. To learn more, please visit the Arts Education page.

Our website features a calendar of events to keep visitors updated on upcoming performances and events, available here. We also offer ticket, subscription and membership information for each of our Art Partners on our Box Office page. For event announcements, messages from our Art Partners and the latest news in arts and culture in Atlanta, please follow us on social media. We are active on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook

Veterans, Active Duty and Military Families: Veterans, active duty and military families receive free tickets to Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Delta Classical Series performances and Alliance Theatre productions, free admission to the High Museum of Art, and free parking with a valid military/veterans ID. Visitors to the High Museum of Art may utilize up to two free tickets per household. For more information, please click here.

The Woodruff Arts Center is committed to welcoming patrons with disabilities.

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra offers wheelchair accessible seating and entry and audio aids; please click here for more information.

The Alliance Theatre provides listening devices and wheelchair access for all shows, as well as sign language and shadow interpretation for select performances. For more information, please visit their page here.

The High Museum of Art offers wheelchair accessible entryways, elevators to each floor, and manual wheelchairs to borrow; captioning of Museum-produced videos and ASL interpretation of all talks and lectures; sensory rooms; serve animal accessibility; and programs for visitors with memory loss. Please visit their Accessibility page here for more information.

Yes. All lost and found items will be turned over to the Security Department for safe keeping. Please call 404.733.4200 to inquire about lost items. Guests must provide a description of the items and make arrangements for pick-up within ninety days.