1130 Pine Street, Paso Robles, CA 93446

Admission, Policies, & Accessibility Information


Admission to Studios on the Park is free. However, a $5 donation per visitor is suggested to help sustain our critical arts access and educational services.

Accessibility & Accommodations

We are committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in our services, programs, and activities.

If you need accommodations or have questions about our accessibility, please email or call (805) 238-9800.

Studios on the Park is entirely wheelchair accessible.


The safety of Studios on the Parkโ€™s visitors, volunteers, artists, staff, and exhibits is of the highest importance. As the premier open studio environment of its kind in California, we work hard every day to ensure the preservation of the works of art and interactive nature of our facility for the enjoyment of generations to come. We ask that when you choose to visit Studios that you help us to make sure our visitors and our artwork remain safe.


Still photography for personal use is permitted in public and gallery space. Photography may be permitted in individual studios with the permission of the artist. No flash or tripods allowed. Videotaping is permitted in the lobby only. No photographs or videotapes may be reproduced, distributed, or sold without permission from Studios.

Cell Phones & Electronic Devices

In consideration of your fellow visitors to Studios and the artists at work, we ask that you please turn off your cell phones or PDAโ€™s while visiting the galleries. Take advantage of this respite from these interruptions to thoroughly enjoy the creative process at work.

No Smoking

Smoking is prohibited in all Studios facilities.

Current COVID-19 Guidelines

  • Studios asks that all visitors and staff practice social distancing.
  • A plexiglass barrier will be put in place at the front desk to help limit person-to-person contact. The staff person at the desk will clean the point of sales system after every use with proper and CDC approved cleaners.
  • Studios will run the HVAC on 100% outside air, and will maintain positive pressurization inside the building -- more air coming in than going out will constantly push breathed air outdoors.


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