The NBMAA offers student-centered interdisciplinary school visits created to enrich curricula and engage students in dialogue and discussion in the galleries. As part of their visit, students can also explore art projects related to their tour in the American Savings Foundation Art & Education Center.
"I just wanted to say thank you again for letting us visit. My students loved it and talked about it on the bus on the way back! And it was a perfect intro to a lesson they were doing later in the afternoon!” - Hanover Elementary School
Tours Designed for You!
For our youngest learners, NBMAA offers tailored tours designed to introduce children to the museum experience. These 45-minute classes incorporate close-looking in the galleries, thematically related stories and conversation prompts, and a hands-on art project. Tours are best suited for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and 1st grade classes/students.
For elementary, middle school, and high school groups, NBMAA offers a selection of hour-long guided tour themes and related studio activities. Educators could also choose a self-guided tour option. NBMAA tours connect directly to Core Arts Standards and core curricula subjects.