Group Visits + Tours

Group Visits + Tours

We offer two types of tours for you to enjoy:

Docent-Guided Tours
Participate in a tour led by one of the Museum's docents. Suggested tour themes include a Highlight Tour of our permanent collection or a special exhibition.

  • 50-minute tour + museum access until 5 pm
  • The maximum group size is 30 people per hour
  • $8 fee per adult, $3 children up to age 18, free for members
  • Thursday – Sunday
  • Two-week advance registration required
Docents are volunteers trained to support visitors as they look and learn about art.


Self-Guided Tours
Explore the Museum at your own pace, without a docent guide.

  • No time limit
  • The maximum group size is 30 people per hour
  • $8 fee per adult, $3 children up to age 18, free for members
  • Thursday –Sunday
  • Two-week advance registration required

School + Youth Group Tours

More information on docent-guided and self-guided group tours for Grades K-12 can be found here.


Free Admission

Free admission is available to groups whose mission is to provide quality education and community experiences to adults or children who would otherwise be unable to afford admission. Please complete our Art Access Application, available to download here. Return the application to the museum at least four weeks prior to your desired visit date. Once submitted, our team will contact you within seven days to confirm availability.

Families who present a SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card and a photo ID can now enjoy free general admission for up to four people per EBT card. Reservations are not required. If you would like to make a reservation, use code MUSEUMSFORALL at checkout.

Download the Art Access Application (pdf)


Pay What You Wish Sunday
Sponsored by Western Health Advantage Pay What You Wish Sundays occur on the third Sunday of each month. Advance registration is recommended.

COVID 19 Safety Requirements

Changes have been made in the Museum to ensure a safe and healthy visit. Check our Safety page for the most current information.

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Current Exhibitions

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Kids + Family

The Crocker invites families to think of the Museum as a place to learn, play, and grow.

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