Bring your group to the Museum for a self-guided or guided tour of the Museum’s collections and exhibitions. Enjoy group privileges including a dedicated entrance, quick processing, storage bins for coats, and other group perks.
For reservations, simply complete our online request form at least four weeks prior to your preferred dates. You will receive a confirmation packet via mail.
For cancellations, changes, or more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 617-369-3310 and have your 7-digit order number available. Please note that we charge a $3 processing fee for every change made after the confirmation has been sent.
Gallery instructors lead one-hour student-centered, interactive tours for students or youth in grades K–12. Please note that early entry time slots are available for certain guided tours.
We offer a number of guided tour options. Find the one that's best for you.
What Artists Do
This two-part program combines a guided tour with a related art-making activity. The first hour is a guided tour of your choice, led by a gallery instructor. The second hour encourages students to reflect on what they saw in the galleries and make their own art to take home.
Funding from the Alice W. Dorr Foundation Scholarship allows the Museum to offer a full scholarship option to participate in the WAD program.
Groups are welcome to discover the Museum on their own. Self-guided time slots are only available when guided tours are not offered.
Our touch screen guides provide in-depth information throughout the Museum, including special exhibitions.
Admission and Fees
Student and Youth Groups
$7 per student, plus $3 per-order processing fee
$9 per student, plus $3 per-order processing fee
What Artists Do
$17 per student, plus $3 per-order processing fee (includes materials)
One chaperone for every ten students is required and admitted free.
Additional adults are charged $20 each.
Schools-in-Need Assistance and Other Programs
The MFA offers funding for schools in need that want to bring groups to the Museum, as well as other programs that assist with admission fees. For more information, and to apply, visit School Programs.