Docent-led tours of Museum exhibitions are available for groups of 10 or more. Tours are offered Monday through Friday beginning at 10a. Tours must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance and can include a specific exhibition or a tour of all galleries. Docents volunteer their time to tour your group and are not at the Museum on a regular basis. Please respect their time by arriving for your scheduled tour promptly.
Scheduled tours receive 10% off in The Guilders and Florida Communications Group Museum Store.
*For any questions or changes to a scheduled tour, please contact the Education Department by email. To make changes or to cancel your tour, please contact us at least a week in advance. Last minute changes cannot be guaranteed.
Docent-led tours focus on connecting students with the Museum’s collections and special exhibitions. They inspire an understanding and appreciation of the visual arts. Students are encouraged to use critical thinking and viewing skills to connect with the art on view with their studies and their own life experiences. Tours must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.
Photo courtesy of Ryan Walsh.Request a School Tour
College and university faculty are encouraged to bring their classes to the Museum. Faculty may teach in the galleries or schedule a docent-led tour for their class. Museum tours and gallery class discussions must be scheduled two weeks in advance of a visit.Request a College Tour
Visitors of all ages and backgrounds visit the Tampa Museum of Art each year for tours. Whether visiting the Museum to view a current special exhibition, or to enjoy works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection, a guided or self-guided tour can be arranged for any group visit. A one-hour tour of all Museum galleries is available upon request.Request an Adult or Group Tour
Larger groups are in invited to reserve their tickets for Yayoi Kusama: LOVE IS CALLING through our Education Department.
Image: Yayoi Kusama (Japanese, b. 1929), LOVE IS CALLING. Wood, metal, glass mirrors, tile, acrylic panel, rubber, blowers, lighting element, speakers, and sound. 174 1/2 x 340 5/8 x 239 3/8 inches. Vinik Family Foundation Collection. © YAYOI KUSAMA. Courtesy David Zwirner, New York; Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Singapore/Shanghai; Victoria Miro, London/Venice.Request your tickets
Are you enthusiastic about the Museum’s exhibitions and programming? Do you enjoy having engaging conversations? Would like exclusive access to the Tampa Museum of Art curators and education staff? Join the Museum docents for all of the above and so much more. Docents provide engaging tours to a wide variety of Museum visitors. To find out more information, visit our volunteer’s page linked below.
Photo courtesy of Ryan Walsh.Volunteer with Us