Programs For Groups

Group Tours

Guided exhibition tours are available for group tours of 4+ visitors. Tours are the perfect activity for visiting friends and relatives, community groups, clubs, church groups, or children's programs. 

Group Tours are customized for each group depending on the age, size, interests, and time availability. Tours have no additional charge, and are included with the price of admission, however groups may apply for an admission waiver

Luncheon @ the Museum

Join a Gadsden Arts docent for an engaging tour of the museum and a Luncheon for you and your group. Our Luncheon @ the Museum program is catered by local farm-to-table restaurant, Damfino’s to create a unique outing for your group!

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School Tours

Students will tour the museum's multiple galleries, discuss artistic processes and art history, and make cross-curricular connections. 

School Groups may schedule tours for up to 60 students in one 90-minute block.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far in advance should I book a tour?

We recommend booking all tours at least 2 weeks in advance. 

What exhibits can I tour?

Be sure to see what's currently on view to request what you would like to tour. Most tours primarily focus on our major exhibitions, found in the Sara May Love Gallery. 

When do I need to turn in lunch orders?

For the Luncheon @ the Museum tours, you must submit your payment and lunch order forms to the museum (not to Damfino's) at least 1 week prior to you tour date. 

Who should I contact with questions?

Our Education Director, Anissa Ford would be happy to answer any other questions you have or to help you book a tour. 

(850) 627-5023

Generous support for this project provided by Art Bridges. Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. Funding was provided through a grant from the Florida Humanities with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this website do not necessarily represent those of Florida Humanities or the National Endowment for the Humanities.