Large Groups and Docent-Led Tours
Docent-led tours are offered for groups of 10 or more, Tuesdays through Fridays. Reservations must be made at least three weeks in advance and confirmed by the Tour Coordinator. Please let us know of any accommodations for your group. The Museum strives to meet all needs.
Self Guided Tour
For groups larger than 10. Free, but kindly complete the registration form.
Suitable for 10–25 people. Reservation price of $15 per 25 participants, maximum of 75 participants. To schedule a tour, please complete this form.
Docent-led Tour and Studio Lesson
Suitable for 10–25 people. Reservation price of $3 per participant, minimum of 10 participants. To schedule a tour, please complete this form.
The Museum offers tours in Korean, Spanish, and German. To schedule a tour, please contact the Tour Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 334.625.4359.
Docents will lead you in exploring the artistic treasures on view during these free, 20-minute tours on the second Sunday of each month. Tours will begin every half-hour in the Museum’s lobby. Click here to learn about additional Second Sunday programming.
Join one of our docents on a special tour of the Museum collection highlighting some of the treasures on view. These free tours are offered on the third Saturday of every month; meet in the Museum’s lobby.
Cell Phone Tours
The Museum’s cell phone audio tour features artists, curators, students, and more. A unique symbol indicates each work on the tour with the number to call.
The Museum hosts all 5th graders attending Montgomery Public Schools and offers two curriculum-based tour programs, Becoming Alabama and The American Scene, which other area schools are invited to take advantage of. The curriculum can be adjusted for different grade levels.
Becoming Alabama (Social Studies, upper elementary)
Becoming Alabama, marking the bicentennial of the state, examines themes related to the Civil War, Civil Rights Movement, agriculture, industry, and more. The studio lesson is inspired by Stars Falling on Alabama, and the ArtWorks component relates to Native American culture.
The American Scene (Social Studies, upper elementary)
The American Scene introduces American visual culture through portraits, landscapes, genre scenes, and sculptures created in a variety of historical eras. Students enjoy related theatrical and musical experiences in ArtWorks and create mixed-media sculptural works in the studios.
Math tours include calculations related to the building, an exploration of the Fibonacci sequence represented in ArtWorks, and mathematics connections in works of art. A studio lesson based on the Fibonacci sequence is also available.
Language Arts Tours
Students are invited to write about and share their interpretations of works of art, from stories to poems to other narratives, as appropriate for their studies.
Pre-K tour offerings include representations of the natural world and related studio lessons.
Visual Thinking Strategies
VTS facilitates student-driven discussion of works of art and promotes careful looking and critical thinking skills. An open-ended, student-centered studio lesson is also available.
Tours of Special Exhibitions are offered throughout the year. The Museum also provides highlight and customized tours of the collection, which features American paintings, including regional art, works on paper, decorative arts, select arts of Africa, and more.
The Weil Graphics Art Center
In addition to the exhibitions on view, the Weil Print Room is also available for academic institutions to study requested prints. The collection includes European (from the 15th century onwards) and American prints.
ArtWorks Group Visits
Because of the volume of visitors and other tours to this interactive gallery, groups of 10 or more to ArtWorks must be arranged in advance. The booking fee is $15 per 25 participants. To schedule a tour, please complete this form.
For additional information and questions, please contact the Tour Coordinator at email@example.com or call 334.625.4359.