Bring your group to the Museum for an exciting learning experience. The Museum offers group rates for any group of 10 or more. Your group can choose to wander the Museum at your own pace on a Self-Guided Tour or choose one of our Docent-Guided Tour Experiences. We can even customize a tour to meet your group’s interest.
Tour the Museum exhibits at your own pace. Your group members can choose the Museum Galleries in which they would like to spend their time – or they can visit them all! Docents may also be available to answer any questions your group members have about the exhibits. (Please allow 60-90 minutes for your visit.)
Your group will view your choice of film (see selections below) and tour the Museum at their own pace. Docents may also be available to answer any questions your group members have about the exhibits. (Please allow two hours for your visit. Films are booked based on the availability of the Theatre.)
Our knowledgeable and friendly Docents will guide your group through the Museum. The Docent will narrate the exhibits for you and provide additional insights into the stories behind the objects on display. For your enjoyment, we offer four different tour options:
Your group will view your choice of film (see selections below) and be guided through the Museum by one of our knowledgeable Docents. (Please allow two hours for your visit. Films are booked based on the availability of the Theatre.)
Film Selections – You may opt to add a film to your Self- or Docent-Guided Tour experience.
We offer 3 choices:
To make your reservation, and for pricing information, contact our Group Tour Sales Coordinator, at 505-245-2137, extension 122. Pre-payment is required to secure the group rate, and payment must be made at the time of scheduling.
For more information about Education Programs, please see our Education Guide, or please contact Ashleigh Olguin at 505-245-2137, extension 103.
For information about the Museum’s annual Trinity Tour, please contact Ashleigh Olguin, Trinity Tour Operator, at 505-245-2137, extension 103.
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