Daily Tours

  • Tuesday
    11:00 am & 2:00 pm
  • Wednesday
    11:00 am & 2:00 pm
  • Thursday
    11:00 am & 2:00 pm
  • Friday
    11:00 am & 2:00 pm
  • Saturday
    11:00 am & 2:00 pm
  • Sunday
    2:00 pm

Daily tours are dependent on the availability of our volunteers. Please call the Museum Store at 520-624-2333 ext. 117 to confirm.

Public Tours

Daily docent-led tours are offered year round for both the permanent collections and special exhibitions. Tours are open to the public, and free with Museum admission. Check with the information desk when you arrive at the Museum for tour information.

Current Schedule

Tuesday: Historic Block at 11:00 AM and Art of Latin America at 2:00 PM
Wednesday: Corbett House at 11:00 am; Major Exhibit at 2:00 pm
Thursday: Historic Block at 11:00 am; Major Exhibit at 2:00 pm
Friday: Highlights at 11:00 am; Major Exhibit at 2:00 pm
Saturday: Major Exhibit at 11:00 am; Western Art at 2:00 pm
Sunday: Highlights at 2:00 pm

Panel Discussions and Lectures

Throughout the year, the Museum presents tours, discussions, and lectures by scholars and artists that enhance the appreciation of art through education and enlightenment of the artistic process. These programs are open to the public and free with Museum admission.

Scheduled Tours

Private docent-led tours of the permanent collection or special exhibitions are available for groups traveling through Tucson or living in the area. Cost is $8 per person; $6 for seniors (65+); group rates are available. At least four weeks in advance of your desired date will be needed to schedule a private tour. If you have any questions, contact the Education Department at 520-624-2333 ext. 120.

Tour Reservation Form
  • Three weeks are required for scheduling; if you wish to request a tour with shorter notice please call the Associate Curator of Education at 520 – 624 -2333 ext. 120
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Art Talks Information

Attendees will engage with a diverse selection of artists, performers, curators, scholars, authors and critics, and participate in activities that encourage life-long learning. All programs are designed to pique curiosity and stimulate creativity, nurture learning and understanding, and enhance the appreciation and enjoyment of art.