San Antonio Museum or Art

Suggested Tours

Subcategories

  • Wednesday Workshops

    Wednesday Workshops are two-hour educational experiences consisting of a specialized guided tour of the galleries followed by a hands-on project that is related to the culture and theme.

    • Wednesday Workshops are 2 hours long.
    • Two week’s advance reservation is required.
    • Wednesday Workshops are offered throughout the school year on Wednesdays from 9:30 -11:30 AM.
    • The Museum can accommodate 15-30 students per time slot. Special accommodations will be made for larger groups.
    • The Museum requires at least 1 chaperone per 10 students. Chaperone must be 18 years or older.
    • Students, teachers, and chaperones will be admitted to the museum for free. Admission fees for special exhibitions may apply.
    • Space may be reserved for students to eat their bag lunches.
    • If you need to cancel your tour reservation, please notify the Tour Scheduler at (210) 978-8138. If you are running late on your tour day, please notify the museum’s front desk at (210) 978-8100
    • Ask about our bilingual tour guides.
  • Tours for the Visually Impaired

    10:00 am the first Saturday of every month or by special arrangement

    Docent-led tours for the blind and visually impaired include descriptive language, touch, sound and smell to enhance the visitors’ experience with art. Guide dogs, sighted companions and others are welcome on the tours, as are wheelchairs and other walking aids.

    To make reservations, please call (210) 978-8138 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

  • Self-Guided Tours
  • School Group Visits and Tours

    Make the Museum your classroom with a school tour led by one of our knowledgeable docents. Select a theme below to learn more and register for your tour online.

    • Guided tours are 50 minutes long.
    • Two week's advance reservation is required.
    • The Museum can accommodate 30-60 students per time slot. Special accommodations will be made for larger groups.
    • At least 1 chaperone is required per 10 students. Chaperone must be 18 years or older.
    • Students, teachers, and chaperones will be admitted to the Museum for free. Admission fees for special exhibitions may apply.
    • Space may be reserved for students to eat their bag lunches.
    • If you need to cancel your tour reservation, please notify the Tour Scheduler at (210) 978-8138. If you are running late on your tour day, please notify the museum’s front desk at (210) 978-8100.
    • Ask about our bilingual tour guides.

     

  • Early Childhood Tours for Ages 3-6

    Make the Museum your classroom with a school tour led by one of our knowledgeable docents. Inspired by ArteKids, a series of bilingual children's books, the Museum's Early Childhood tours are designed for children ages 3-6. Select a theme below to learn more and register for your tour online.

    Early Childhood tours are offered Tuesday-Friday at 9:30, 10:30, 11:30 and 12:30.  For more information, please contact Jessica Nelson, Tour Scheduler at (210) 978-8138

    • Early Childhood tours are 30-40 minutes long.
    • Two week's advance reservation is required.
    • The Museum can accommodate 60 students per time slot. Special accommodations will be made for larger groups.
    • At least 1 chaperone is required per 5 students. Chaperone must be 18 years or older.
    • Students, teachers, and chaperones will be admitted to the museum for free. Admission fees for special exhibitions may apply.
    • Space may be reserved for students to eat their bag lunches.
    • If you need to cancel your tour reservation, please notify the Tour Scheduler at (210) 978-8138. If you are running late on your tour day, please notify the museum’s front desk at (210) 978-8100.
    • Ask about our bilingual tour guides.
  • College Group Visits and Tours

    University and college faculty are encouraged to bring their classes to the Museum. These visits are tailored to the needs and interests of faculty and students and complement classroom learning. Select a theme below to learn more and register for your tour online.

    • Guided tours are offered throughout the year on Tuesdays-Sundays during normal Museum hours.
    • Guided tours are 1 hour long.
    • Two week's advance reservation is required.
    • The Museum offers guided tours to groups of 10 or more.
    • General admission fees are $5 per Student and Faculty member with valid student IDs. Alamo Community Colleges, St. Mary's University, Trinity University, and University of the Incarnate Word students, faculty and staff receive free admission to the Museum with their school IDs through their Museum Corporate Memberships. Admission fees to special exhibitions may vary. 
    • If you need to cancel your tour reservation, please notify the Tour Scheduler at (210) 978-8138. If you are running late on your tour day, please notify the museum’s front desk at (210) 978-8100
    • Ask about our bilingual tour guides.
  • Adult Group Visits and Tours

    Groups can explore the Museum's exhibitions and collections through a guided tour led by one of our knowledgeable docents. Select a theme below to learn more and register for your tour online.

    • Guided tours are offered throughout the year on Tuesdays-Sundays during normal Museum hours.
    • Guided tours are 1 hour long.
    • Two week’s advance reservation is required.
    • The Museum offers guided tours to groups of 10 or more.
    • General admission fees are $6 per Adult and $5 per Senior (65+). Admission fees to special exhibitions may vary. 
    • If you need to cancel your tour reservation, please notify the Tour Scheduler at (210) 978-8138. If you are running late on your tour day, please notify the Museum’s front desk at (210) 978-8100.
    • Ask about our bilingual tour guides.