Tours

Discover our museum

We design tours to engage and spark your curiosity! Visitors of all ages are welcome to join us on a virtual guided tour, led by a museum educator or docent. We hope you'll leave your tour with a sense of excitement and wonder, curious to learn more about the art in our collection.

Let us guide you

Virtual Guided Tours

Join museum educators and docents for explorations of the museum’s collection and current exhibitions. These virtual programs via Zoom require a computer, smart phone, or tablet with a microphone and internet access. To see the full schedule of tours and events, view our calendar.

Upcoming tours

Virtual Tour: Facing the Revolution

Friday, October 9, 2020

12 p.m.1 p.m.

Zoom

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Join us for a virtual tour of the exhibition, Facing the Revolution: Portraits of Women in France and the United States, led by a team of museum docents.
Virtual Tour: Facing the Revolution

Friday, October 23, 2020

12 p.m.1 p.m.

Zoom

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Join us for a virtual tour of the exhibition, Facing the Revolution: Portraits of Women in France and the United States, led by a team of museum docents.
Virtual Tour: Facing the Revolution

Friday, November 6, 2020

12 p.m.1 p.m.

Zoom

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Join us for a virtual tour of the exhibition, Facing the Revolution: Portraits of Women in France and the United States, led by a team of museum docents.

Virtual Field Trips

Virtual field trips led by museum docents are offered to K–12 and university school groups. These field trips will introduce students to a selection of artworks and encourage them to look, analyze, and share their responses to the art. Sessions can be held through Canvas or Zoom and adapted to your classroom’s lesson content. To schedule virtual field trip, contact Erin Ryan.

Many of our students have never been exposed to a museum. It was wonderful for the students to be a part of this engaging educational experience.

Middle school art teacher, Jennings County

University visits

We encourage faculty to supplement their course content with a virtual visit to the museum. Our virtual experiences are designed to enhance university student learning and research, while supporting course curriculum. Faculty may also encourage their students to visit the museum in-person, independent of class time to support their own curiosities. To schedule a virtual museum experience, contact Erin Ryan.

Need more information?

Contact Erin Ryan, Tour and Docent Experiences Manager, for more information about booking your tour at the museum.