Our NCMA docents love our Museum and engaging with the community so much that they are available every Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 3 pm to welcome you in and provide insight about the exhibitions on view.
Saturday, June 4, June 18, July 9, July 23, August 6, August 20, 10:30–11 am
Free with registration
Have you wanted to learn more about sculptures in the Museum Park? This playful tour creates family time to explore a work of art or two that might be an old favorite or a new discovery! Look together, move through the natural world, and have fun with an experienced docent. Best for kids ages 5–11 with adult caregivers.
Adult Group Tours
Guided tours of the People’s Collection are provided by trained volunteer docents. French- and Spanish-language tours are available upon request.
Tours available by request only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
$50 fee per small group; $100 fee per large group
The NCMA welcomes community groups of all kinds to request 60-minute virtual tours led by a trained volunteer docent.
Tours available by request only. Emai email@example.com.
$50 fee per small group; $75 fee per large group
Student and Youth Group Tours
The Museum offers self-guided tours for groups to explore the People’s Collection on their own. Opportunities are also available for eligible school groups to receive free tickets to special exhibitions. Click here to learn more.
Audio Description (AD) interpretation is available for any tour of the permanent collection or special exhibitions with 10 business days’ notice.
To request a tour, please reach out to our manager of interpretation, accessibility, and diversity.
Designed for visitors who are blind or have low vision, these docent-led tours explore the Museum’s collection through audio description, tactile experiences, and by engaging the senses. Ancient figurative sculpture and numerous bronzes by Auguste Rodin are highlighted during these 60- to 90-minute tours.
To request a tour, please reach out to our manager of interpretation, accessibility, and diversity. Tours must be scheduled with 10 business days’ notice.
This is a recurring evening event intended for adults who are blind, have low vision, or have a disability or learning need that would benefit from a sensory-style experience.
As of August 2021, these events are being held virtually. After a short, guided meditation and audio description of the artwork, you are invited to engage with a work of art through mindful observation and discussion. Registration includes a small kit of sensory objects that participants engage with during the observation. These are mailed to registrants in advance. Please check our calendar for the next event date and time.
For questions regarding the content of this program, please email our manager of interpretation, accessibility, and diversity.