Guild Hall’s exhibitions provide the perfect platform for learning about the arts through works on view and access to the artists who create and/or curate them. Guided museum tours & workshops are available for school & student groups, adult and/or senior groups, and businesses/organizations.
For details on guided tours please see the information below, or contact The Patti Kenner Fellow in Arts Education, Anthony Madonna at email@example.com.
Guild Hall Museum Admission is always free thanks to BNB Bank and Landscape Details.
School & Student Group Tours
Registration: $75 per visiting group
Curated specifically for teachers and students, this museum tour and adjoining workshop offers an intimate space to freely observe the work on view, discuss student observations and the history & craft of the specific artists, and immediately transfer that learning to an artist led workshop. Visits last between an hour to ninety-minutes (depending on grade level and project), and are led by Education staff and a guest Teaching Artist.
To schedule a tour, please contact The Patti Kenner Fellow in Arts Education, Anthony Madonna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult and/or Senior Group Tours
Registration: $150 per visiting group
A guided tour of Guild Hall’s exhibitions for up to 30 people. This fully led tour invites visitors to delve into our exhibits – looking closely and discussing works on view. Tours last about an hour, and are led by the Museum Curatorial Assistant and Education Staff.
To schedule a tour, please contact The Patti Kenner Fellow in Arts Education, Anthony Madonna at email@example.com, at least three weeks in advance of your visit.
Registration: $250 per visiting group
The Museum Director and Curators offer an in-depth tour for up to 30 people. This fully led tour offers a scholarly insight into the work and practice of each exhibiting artist, as well as a history of the Guild Hall Museum.
To schedule a tour, please contact Museum Director/Chief Curator, Christina Strassfield at firstname.lastname@example.org at least three weeks in advance of your visit.