Have a question, comment or suggestion—
want to schedule an tour—or just feel like saying hi?

Read all about our Covid-19 Pandemic Procedures here!

Tour our first-floor gallery exhibit:

Transcending Fashion:
The Lace Accessory


Or our second-floor gallery exhibit
(now accessible by elevator):

Day's End:
Personal Glamour Exposed


•    Tours are $3.00/person and must be reserved in advance: (510) 843-7290
•    Tours can be scheduled for Mon. through Sat. at 1:00PM or 3:00PM
•    Tours have a (2) person minimum & (10) person maximum
•    For Museum Members and up to (4) guests, tours are free!
•    Tours run approximately 45 minutes

Contact Us

We love keeping in touch with our Lacis friends, and we invite you reach out to us in whatever way is best for you. You can call, write, e-mail—and of course, we'd love for you to join our community via social media, if that's your jam. We look forward to hearing from you!

Give us a ring anytime between 12:00 and 6:00 PM—
we're open Monday through Saturday!
(Or feel free to leave a message on our machine!)
(510) 843-7290


We love correspondence by post! Write to us at:
The Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles
2982 Adeline Street
Berkeley, CA 94703

Social Media
We have active accounts on Facebook and Instagram.
(Oh, and we even have a shop on Etsy—check it out!)
Follow us to keep in the loop and to see what we're up to.
And don't be shy, we'd love to see your work! Tag us and say hi!
We're always @LacisMuseum.

Our COVID-19 Pandemic Procedures

At Lacis, we're following all the prescribed protocols and new regulations imposed by Health Officer Orders from the City of Berkeley. This presently includes:

•    A strict surface-sanitation routine.
•    Adherence to the local face mask mandate. As of Spring 2023, wear a mask or bare your face—we welcome you either way. If you'd like us to maintain a 6' distance from you, don't hesitate to mention it. We won't take offense! We're committed to protecting our medically vulnerable visitors and making everyone feel as safe as possible.
    Our staff will don face masks as needed, but generally speaking, you'll now be seeing our smiling faces in full. If our East Bay communities and hospitals become overwhelmed with Covid-19 cases, particularly come wintertime, this will, of course, change, but we promise to keep you updated. The health of our community is our priority.

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