The Museum's Shop offers a selection of exhibition catalogs, books, postcards, posters, Kemper Art Museum merchandise, and even jewelry, bags, and other items for sale.

The Museum's Shop is open during regular Museum hours. If you have a question about purchasing something from the shop, email

Newman Money Museum

The Newman Money Museum, housed in the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, features items from the collection of Eric P. Newman of St. Louis. His life-long study of the history of money for circulation involves its changing artistry and economic significance. The exhibit covers fascinating and storied artifacts from precious metals to inflation, from commemoration to culture, from barter to counterfeiting, and from centuries B.C. to the present day. Including an extensive library, the Newman Money Museum is available for viewing, enjoyment, research, and study. Call 314.935.9595 for more information.

Nearby Food Options

During the academic year, the closest spot to grab a bite to eat is Etta's, located in Steinberg Hall directly south of the Museum building, offering coffee, espresso drinks, pastries, and a number of soup, sandwich, and salad options. Hours vary, so check the website before your visit.

Within a block of the Museum, at the intersection of Forest Park Parkway and Skinker Avenue, you will find Kayak's, a cafe featuring a rustic, mountain decor and fantastic coffee and food options; Bobo Noodle House, serving fresh and inventive South East Asian fare; and 'ZZA Pizza + Salad, a new favorite with interesting flavor combinations. The Museum is also only about a mile south of the wealth of restaurants, shops, and other unique venues found in the famous Delmar Loop.

Coat Check

Free coat checking service is available on the first floor near the Visitor Services Desk. All packages, large bags, and umbrellas must be checked. Strollers may also be checked. Checked items must be retrieved before the Museum closes. The Museum is not responsible for lost or stolen property.


Complimentary wheelchairs are available at the Coat Check on the first floor. Museum entrances and rest rooms are wheelchair accessible. For additional information, see Accessibility.


Visitors may use strollers throughout the building. The Museum reserves the right to restrict the use of strollers when deemed necessary. Strollers may be stored at the Coat Check.


Restrooms are available on the first floor of the Museum, and they are wheelchair-accessible with baby changing stations. Additional restrooms are located on the lower level near the Newman Money Museum.