August 3rd - September 29th


The Weedmaps Museum of Weed takes visitors through the storied history of cannabis by moving through the many varied locations and time periods where it has typically -or stereotypically- been consumed. Here, we celebrate the victories and shed light on the most damning moments throughout the last century.

The Experience

The Experience

This 30,000 sqft experience features seven immersive exhibits, interactive art installations, artifacts, a Plant Lab, as well as amenities such as a full cafeteria, gift shop, snack/coffee bar, and plenty of interior and exterior lounge spaces.

1 Tickets & Admission

This museum is for ages 18 and older.
General Admission (18+): $35
Student (18+): $32
Military & First Responder (18+): $29
Museum After Dark (18+): $35
Group discount available for 15 or more people.
For more information, contact: [email protected]

2 Hours of Operation

Monday – Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday – Thursday: 2pm – 9pm (last entry at 7:30pm)
Friday: 12pm – 9pm (last entry at 7:30pm)
Saturday: 11am – 6pm | After Dark 6pm – 11pm (last entry at 10pm)
Sunday: 12pm – 7pm

3 Location & Parking

Exhibit 1



Get an up-close-and-personal view of cannabis’ surprisingly deep roots, from the hemp that bound together samurai armor in the Mid-Edo Period, to cannabis inspired art from ancient cultures around the world.

Audio Introduction

Exhibit 2

Age of Madness

Age of Madness

See how cannabis was used as a tool to fuel hysteria and racial tensions in the early 20th century. Step into a manic world ruled by propaganda that seeded a century of fear-mongering and misconceptions.

Audio Introduction

Exhibit 3

Counterculture Revolution

Counterculture Revolution

Meet the generation who rejected their parents’ rigid worldviews and brought cannabis to the world stage as a symbol of rebellion and love.

Audio Introduction

Exhibit 4

Behind Closed Doors

Behind Closed Doors

Get to know the key players behind the War on Drugs and the organizations who fought back. See how laws and regulations demonized entire communities and set the table for widespread oppression.

Audio Introduction

Exhibit 5



Experience the full impact of unforgiving cannabis regulations. See how choreographed propaganda provoked widespread fear, misconception and mass incarceration.

Audio Introduction

Exhibit 6

Dose of Compassion

Dose of Compassion

Step into the 1990s where cannabis went from counterculture to pop culture. Learn how during this rise in popularity, one of the worst epidemics in human history began to shed light on cannabis as medicine.

Audio Introduction

Exhibit 7



Follow the road to legalization. Watch cannabis work its way through courts and legislation, while reaching new highs in general acceptance among the American people.

Audio Introduction


The Plant Lab

The Plant Lab

Discover the scientific and technological advancements that gave way to a new era of cannabis knowledge and understanding.

Audio Introduction

Before You Visit


All patrons must be over 18 and provide valid ID for entrance.

Museum After Dark

Museum After Dark tickets (18+) Saturday: 6pm – 11pm. Walk-in’s are welcome, but online reservations are strongly recommended as space is limited.

Enjoy a slow burn. Museum After Dark nights are an intimate look at cannabis history with plenty of time to share meaningful moments with your best buds in a festive environment. Museum After Dark features a full bar and access to the award winning Crateful Cafe to satisfy your munchies. No alcohol will be served to patrons under the age of 21.


Please feel free to take as many photos as you want unless an exhibit is marked otherwise. Professional photography will need to be pre-vetted by museum staff.


While we don’t allow outside food or drink, we have a cafe and coffee bar in our lobby with snacks and beverages available for purchase. Please note, we’re a cashless venue but will accept all major credit cards.


Tickets are available online. Walk-ins are welcome but will only be accommodated if spaces are available, so online reservations are strongly recommended. If you do decide to walk in, please confirm you are planning your visit during operational hours. Only patrons with valid tickets will be allowed to enter the museum exhibition area. All tickets are non-refundable.


The Weedmaps Museum of Weed offers a Student Discount for $3 off on individual ticket purchases for all current students. You can receive your discount while making reservations online by selecting the “Student (18+)” ticket option. Students will need to provide identification before gaining entry to the Museum. This discount cannot be combined with other promotional codes.

Acceptable forms of student identification include: Valid student ID

Military & First Responder

The Weedmaps Museum of Weed offers a Military & First Responder Discount for $6 off on individual ticket purchases for all active duty military personnel, retired military personnel, veterans, members of the National Guard and Reserve, active EMTs, paramedics, firefighters, and law enforcement officers. You can receive your discount while making reservations online by selecting the “Military & First Responder (18+)” ticket option. Military and First Responders will need to provide identification before gaining entry to the Museum. This discount cannot be combined with other promotional codes.

Acceptable forms of Military and First Responder identification include: Armed Forces ID, DD 214, VA issued ID, Department of Defense (DoD) Identification Card showing veteran status, state-issued ID that lists veteran status (e.g., a driver’s license), ID card issued from respective first responder agency.

Payment On-Site

All payments on site must be made with a credit card. No cash will be accepted.

Arrive Early & Explore

The museum experience features a full café, coffee and pastries bar, and gift shop with a robust collection of custom apparel, iconic pop-cultural tokens, and cannabis-related keepsakes. We encourage you to arrive 30 minutes before your ticketed time to enjoy what this 30,000 sqft space has to offer.

How long will it take to experience WMMW?

It takes most people 60 minutes to experience all of the exhibits. Are you most people?

Wheelchair Accessibility

The museum exhibits are wheelchair accessible and ADA compliant.

Is there parking at the museum?

We encourage ride sharing; however, limited valet parking is available at the museum for $20 and covers your first 90 minutes.


Service animals are welcome at the Weedmaps Museum of Weed.

Do you host private events?

Please reach out to [email protected] for further information about booking private events or group tours.

Viewer discretion advised

The Weedmaps Museum of Weed contains extreme language and graphic scenes that some visitors may find disturbing. Some exhibits also include fast flashing images and strobe lighting, which could trigger seizures for people with photosensitivity. Viewer discretion advised.