Groups of 10 – 30 can book guided, or self-guided tours of the Museum. All groups must make a reservation in advance (Guided tours need 30 days notice; Self-guided tours need 7 days notice). To book a tour, please Fill out our online registration form (when you submit the online registration form to request a museum visit, your arrangements are not final until you have received a confirmation letter via email, which will include details about payment, arrival, directions and more). School Groups (K-12) please book at least four weeks in advance, call the Education Department at 508.588.6000 x. 124 to reserve your tour.
Enhance your visit with a guided tour led by trained Museum Educators who provide insight on our exhibitions and collections through a discussion-based approach to critical thinking and close looking. A guided tour lasts approximately one hour, Tuesday – Friday. Reservations are required at least four weeks in advance. $25 deposit required at booking. *Fee includes admissions. No further discounts are applicable to Guided or Self-guided Tour fees.
|Groups of 10+||Adults||$12/person|
|Seniors / Special Needs||$10/person|
|Students (High School & University)||$7/person|
Groups of 10 or more are also welcome to visit the galleries on their own. Self-guided tours are still required to make a reservation. *Fee includes admissions. No further discounts are applicable to Guided or Self-guided Tour fees.
|Groups of 10+||Adults||$9/person|
|Seniors / Special Needs||$7/person|
|Students (High School & University)||$5/person|
Join us for free guided conversations offered Saturdays and Sunday, for brief overviews and in-depth discussions on particular aspects of contemporary craft and our collection.
|All ages||Saturdays 2:00 – 4:00 pm||FREE|
|Sundays 2:00 – 4:00 pm||FREE|
We’d like to thank: Abington Cultural Council, Bridgewater Cultural Council, Fall River Cultural Council, Randolph Cultural Council, and Sharon Cultural Council for sponsoring tours through their Councils on Aging. And thanks to the Mass Cultural Council for funding them.