Bring your group or class for a free guided or self-guided visit. Advance registration required.

General Information for Groups

The Gallery offers numerous opportunities for guided or self-guided visits of our collections and exhibitions. All groups must register at least three weeks in advance.

  • Acceptance of your reservation request is based on availability.
  • Groups who show proof of registration at the Information Desk will have priority access in the galleries.
  • Unregistered groups may be asked to return at a later time.

This policy is designed to provide a productive learning experience for everyone and to ensure the safety and security of both museum visitors and art objects.


Pick-Up and Drop-Off

The Gallery entrance is at 1111 Chapel Street (at York Street).


An elevator is located opposite the Gallery’s main entrance at 1111 Chapel Street. Find more information about on-site accessibility.


The Gallery does not have a café, but there are a number of restaurants and coffee shops located near the museum.


In addition to the metered spaces on nearby streets, there is a conveniently located garage at 150 York Street.

Cancellations and Changes

To cancel your group visit or make any changes, email or call 203.436.8831.

For changes to university and college course visits, email or call 203.436.5882.

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  • School and Youth Group Visits

    Find out how to schedule a guided or self-guided visit to the Gallery with your class or group. You can bring your class once or collaborate on a multi-visit program that connects our collection with your curriculum. Three-week advance registration is required.

  • Adult and Community Group Visits

    Bring your group to the Gallery for a free, one-hour long guided tour led by our teaching staff or plan a self-guided visit. Three-week advance registration is required.

  • College and University Faculty

    Incorporate sessions at the Gallery into your college or university course. Find out about the free resources available and how to schedule a visit. Three-week advance registration is required.

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    Accommodations are available to ensure that all visitors have an enjoyable experience.