Calendar of Events

Kids & Families

Detail of a painting with geometric patterns and bright colors.

Enjoy a lively conversation with an expert docent about the vibrant, patterned art of Ruth Root. Free with admission!

A woman leans her head back, showing a brightly colored jewelry-like hearing aid.

Enjoy a lively conversation with an expert docent about the power of creative design celebrated in Access+Ability. Free with admission!

Group of kids sitting on the floor sketching in a gallery

Join us in our all-new galleries of modern and contemporary art for hands-on activities for all ages! Discover a new theme, and a new group of artworks each week. Just drop in.

Waterloo Bridge Monet

Enjoy a lively conversation with an expert docent about the dreamlike, atmospheric depictions of the industrial landscape by Monet and his contemporaries. Free with admission!

A family sits in the galleries, smiling at each other.

Join us for a lively, family-friendly tour in our collection! Designed for visitors who are deaf and their friends or families, this tour is led by an expert docent, assisted by an American Sign Language interpreter.

A group of kids run outside.

Celebrate the Lozziwurm with a day of family fun! Have an art picnic in our galleries, then enjoy the summer sunshine with the colorful play sculpture in our front courtyard.

A woman holds a baby aloft in front of a painted wall.

Explore movement on the mat and in the galleries with your baby!

A woman in a seated yoga pose with her daughter in her lap.

Move, stretch, and explore the museum with your baby! Take a one-hour partner yoga class with your little one, then explore the galleries in a casual stroller tour.

A family sits in the galleries, smiling at each other.

Join us for a lively tour through the collection! Designed for visitors who are blind or have low vision, this tour explores our favorite works through vibrant visual descriptions and hands-on materials that are accessible to the whole family.

A family sits in the galleries, smiling at each other.

Join us for a lively, family-friendly tour in our collection! Designed for visitors who are deaf and their friends or families, this tour is led by an expert docent, assisted by an American Sign Language interpreter.