We offer a variety of guided tours led by trained staff. To best accommodate your request for a tour, please let us know at least a month in advance. Tours with art activities require more advanced scheduling.
To schedule your tour please fill out the online form. After we receive your form, we will contact you to confirm your date and time, collect a deposit and send a contract to finalize your tour.
Any questions about tours and self-guided group visits, contact Mary Erickson firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-215-5118.
Guided Tour for Adults (up to 25 people)
Approximately 45 minutes
$12 per person
$7 per person for Museum members.
Guided Tour for Kids (up to 25 people)
Approximately 20 minutes
$5 per person
Guided Tour + Studio Use for Adults (up to 20 people)
This combination is perfect for teacher meetings or professional development days.
$12 per person
$7 per person for members
Plus $50 for one hour of art studio use
A 45-minute tour and an hour in one of the Danforth Art School studios for a debriefing or meeting; the Art School is on the third floor. This tour does not permit art making, however you are welcome to enjoy refreshments as part of your meeting.
“We learned so much.”
Guided Tour + Art Activity
Guided Tour + Art Activity for Adults (up to 15 people)
$400 flat fee
A 45-minute tour and an hour of art making in a third floor studio with one of the Art School instructors. The Art School staff will be happy to work with you to design an art activity suitable for your group–complete with all necessary art materials.
Guided Tour + Art Activity for Children (up to 15 children)
$300 flat fee for up to 15 children
A 20-minute tour followed by an hour-long, age-appropriate art activity; includes instructor, planned art activity, and art supplies. Suitable for school-aged children. Art activity will be predesigned to align with works in the permanent collection and will provide a high quality visual art experience. Please note: activities may fulfill scout badge requirements, but we cannot design projects specific to them.