After-school programming is available to community groups, schools, and families that wish to come to the museum outside scheduled school hours. These programs are tailored to the interests of the group and can include a studio component. If you are interested in developing a series of visits, contact the Education Department at If you are interested in bringing a group, complete the registration form.

School and Youth Group Registration Form

Guided visits can be scheduled from November through August. Self-guided visits can be scheduled all year. Acceptance of your reservation request is based on availability.
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Group Contact Information

Group Contact

Date and Time of Visit

List three dates and start times in order of preference. We offer tours Tuesday–Friday at 10:00 am, 11:15 am, and from 12:30 pm–3:30pm. On Saturday and Sunday, we offer tours from 11 am–12:30 pm and from 2:30 pm–3:30 pm.

Note: We are closed on Mondays. Guided class visits are not available in September or October, but self-guided visits can be scheduled all year.

Themes and Collection Areas


Choose one theme
Collection Areas

Collection Areas

Choose up to three collection areas for your tour in addition to a theme. For self-guided visits, indicate the collection areas you plan to tour.

Additional Information

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