The Rothko Chapel is like nothing you’ve ever experienced. Come as you are, and while you’re here, feel free to meditate, view our treasured works of art, focus attention inward, or just let go of the chaos of the world for a while.
Every visit is its own unique experience, building on the one that came before it. Let your journey of discovery start today and lead to a lifetime of growth, contemplation, and action.
Please take care to respect the Chapel and its visitors by preserving the silence within the Chapel, refraining from using cameras, and maintaining a safe distance from our beloved artwork.
The Chapel is generally open every day of the year from 10 AM - 6 PM. On occasion, it closes to the general public for programs and private services. Please check today’s hours and calendar before your visit. For additional questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713.524.9839.
The Rothko Chapel grounds are a welcoming, calming green space. The grounds act as an extension of the Chapel itself, making them an ideal place to reflect on your experience of the Chapel and the Broken Obelisk, or simply have a moment of solitude and escape from the outside world.
We invite you to come, immerse yourself in the tranquility of the grounds, and experience the stillness.
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The Rothko Chapel is located at 3900 Yupon Street at the corner of Sul Ross Street in the heart of Houston’s museum district, four blocks west of Montrose Boulevard and one block south of West Alabama Street.
Street parking is available on Yupon, Branard, and Sul Ross. We recommend parking on Yupon for ease of access to the Chapel entrance. Wheelchair access is located on Sul Ross at the north end of the Chapel. Other parking options are available at the Menil parking lot located on West Alabama and Mulberry and at the University of St. Thomas’ Moran Parking Center located on West Alabama and Graustark.