TOURS

Please click the + or titles below to find out more details about tour options and visiting materials. Thanks and we look forward to seeing you soon!

+ Adult Tours

Please reserve tour 3 weeks in advance of arrival. Minimum 10 adults per tour.

Self-guided tours: Tour the Hunter at your own pace!

$13 per guest

Docent-led tours: Groups can learn about the Hunter Museum permanent collection or special exhibition with docents, trained volunteer museum guides.

$16 per guest

For more information or assistance please contact Chelsea Higgins, Education Coordinator, or call 423.752.0999.


+ K-12 & HOME SCHOOL TOURS

Please reserve your tour 3 weeks in advance of arrival. Minimum 10 students per tour. For all school groups, one adult chaperone or teacher is required per 10 students; their admission is complimentary. Additional adults are $15 each.

Self-guided tours: Self-guided tours offer teachers an opportunity to incorporate the Hunter galleries as an extension of classroom lesson plans. Limit 60 students per tour.

FREE to school groups within 50 miles // $2 per student for school groups located outside the 50 mile radius

Docent-led tours: Groups can learn about the Hunter Museum permanent collection or special exhibition with docents. School groups who are visiting the Hunter for the first time often elect to have docents guide the students through the Hunter Museum's galleries. Limit 60 students per tour.

$4 per student

Studio tours: During a studio tour at the Hunter, students will be able to create art and tour the Hunter in one visit. Studio tours are led by docents and usually take 90 minutes for most groups.Limit 40 students due to studio capacity. Click here for a detailed list of our current studio tours list.

$7 per student (includes materials)

For more information or assistance please contact Chelsea Higgins, Education Coordinator, or call 423.752.0999.


+ College Tours

College and university professors may discuss a variety of visit and collection study options tailored to their syllabus and specific needs by contacting Curator of Education Adera Causey or call 423.752.2053


+ Title 1 Schools

Thanks to a special grant from Unum, the Hunter is able to partner with a select number of regional Title 1 Schools to offer extended project-based learning experiences free of charge.

Title 1 School teachers interested in developing a tailored experience for their students should contact Christine Bespalec-Davis, Manager of School and Teacher Programs, or call 423.752.0990.