The Hunter Museum has lots of ways for children to explore the arts.
Children 17 and under FREE everyday!
- Browse Virtual Hunter for art activities, tutorials, mini tours, and museum guides for kids. We can help you integrate these into your child’s assigned curriculum.
- Bring your child on a small and safe group tour. You can enjoy the museum with your child and a few friends. Museum educators design and lead tours to match your child’s age and interests. Physical distancing and masks are required.
- Schedule a virtual tour with a group of virtual schooling friends. Like the in-person tour, your child can see artworks in the museum and ask questions.
- Reach out to us with questions! We can help you enhance your curriculum with art and creativity.
RESOURCES FOR VISITORS ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM
FAMILY FUN DAYS
Start practicing for the Hunter’s next Family Fun Day with activities on Virtual Hunter!
New in 2022, every 2nd Sunday of the month will host Sunday Studios, a drop in art making workshop for visitors of all ages from 2–4pm. Each month will highlight a work of art from the museum collection and feature an activity that can be taken home as a lasting reminder of your visit to the Hunter.
This project is being supported, in whole or in part, by federal award number SLFRP5534 awarded to the State of Tennessee by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Visit us in person or enjoy #VirtualHunter online, any time. Create, explore, and experience with us
Create and PlayEnjoy art activities, puzzles, coloring pages, and Zoom backgrounds inspired by art from the collection.
ExploreGet art smart with articles, videos, lectures, and explore the Hunter’s permanent collection online.
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