Tours

MUSEUM CLOSURE

The Museum is closed until fall 2019 for the construction of a major expansion. Find out more

Although tours of the galleries are not available during the closure, the Museum offers several ways for university, school, and community groups to interact with the collection and learn more.

STUDY ROOM ACCESS

The Museum's Study Rooom remains available for faculty, researchers, students, and the general public to view artworks from the permanent collection by appointment. Email your request to Rochelle Caruthers, university academic programs coordinator, at rochelle.caruthers@wustl.edu at least two weeks prior to your desired visit date. 

KEMPER IN THE CLASSROOM

Museum educators are available to share their expertise in classroom talks using images of artworks from the permanent collection.

K–12 teachers: find out more >>

Washington University faculty: find out more >>

CELL PHONE TOUR

The Museum's cell phone tour features artworks throughout Washington University's Danforth Campus that are part of the Art on Campus program. Each 2–3 minute audio recording gives information about the artist’s practice and provides art historical context for the artwork. Learn more >>