Join us for guided tours
- School tours are available Tuesday through Friday.
- Fees for tours are $5 per person. Scholarships are available on request.
- To book a tour and to answer all questions, please contact Mary Ann Monley at 585.276.8974.
- Additional Information
Tours of the collection
Animals in Art Discover the Gallery’s own animal kingdom through artworks that explore animals’ amazing attributes, homey habitats and roles in significant stories from many cultures. Come armed only with keen senses and animal facts. Curriculum Connections: Art, ELA, Science, Social Studies Grade Level: Elementary ^Top
Attributed to M. W. Hopkins Pierrepont Edward Lacey (1832 – after 1860) and His Dog, Gun
Art and ELA: Storytelling New tour for the 3rd and 4th grades, developed by MAG and the Rochester City School District. Curriculum Connections: Art, ELA Grade Level: Elementary ^Top
Art History Trace the numerous styles and themes explored by artists over the centuries, and the materials favored by various cultures, using representative artworks in the Gallery’s collection. Tours may focus on any aspect of art history; please discuss your objectives and plans with the docent during the pre-visit call. Curriculum Connections: Art Grade Level: Secondary ^Top
From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Based on the popular book by E.L. Konigsberg. Explore a real art museum like Jamie and Claudia (but only for an hour, not for a week), view and compare artworks similar to those described (but no bathing in the fountains) and imagine being a character in the story. This tour is particularly appropriate as a culminating activity for a class reading project. Curriculum Connections: Art, ELA Grade Level: Elementary ^Top
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