- 10 or more in the group
- Reservations must be made in advance
- All tickets must be purchased in one transaction at the time of or before the visit.
Admission may be paid in advance of at the Box Office upon arrival. Cash, checks, or credit cards are all welcome.
- $13.50 adult
- $9 student
- $4 elementary, middle, and high school students
- Free for children 5 and under
One adult chaperone per every 10 students is admitted into the museum free for all school groups. Each additional chaperone is $13.50. Please note: we rely on chaperones to help supervise students during their visit. Please help us make your visit go smoothly by downloading these guidelines and sharing them with everyone who will be accompanying your group.
Guided tours are not required, but are highly recommended. We suggest that one tour guide be scheduled for every 20 people in your group. All tours last about one hour and cover current gallery highlights. Printed information about the exhibitions is available in the galleries or can be mailed to you in advance of your visit if you like. Our tour guides are fully trained paid professionals not volunteer docents and there is a charge for a guided tour.
- Guides for elementary, middle or high school groups $30/guide.
- Guides for college or adult group$60/guide.
- Winter/Spring/Fall hours (Labor Day - June 30): 11 AM - 5PM, closed Tuesdays
- Summer hours (July - Labor Day) 10 AM - 6 PM every day
Visits are generally scheduled according to availability, but we make every effort to accommodate your scheduling needs. At least two weeks advance notice is required to schedule a guided tour. Self-guided groups need only to give 2 business days notice to qualify for group rates. The average group visit lasts one to three hours. To make reservations, or for answers to any questions, please contact Rachel Heisler, Education Coordinator, at (413) 664.4481 x8150.
Parking is available for individual vehicles, vans, and buses in our general parking lot. Please be considerate of space when parking large busses in the lot. There is no parking fee.
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide subsidies for busses but if you are in Massachusetts, your school may be eligible for a grant from the local Cultural Council to pay for buses.
Download a fact sheet about the Big Yellow Schoolbus Program or fill out an on-line application.
Our cafe, Lickety Split (413) 346 4560, is pleased to provide healthy, affordable box lunches, drinks, and desserts, with at least two business days advance notice. If your group is bringing their own lunches you can reserve the "brown bag café" which seats up to 25 people (larger groups, can stagger gallery tour and lunch times to allow double seating). Reservations are required for both box lunches and brown bag café space. When the weather cooperates, up to 80 people can use the picnic tables and sit in the grassy area under the upside down trees. There are also several restaurants on Main St. and Eagle St. in North Adams that offer lunch options.
Yes, a group visit can include a stop in Kidspace or combine your visit for a more in-depth experience (1 hour in the main galleries, 1 hour in Kidspace, 30 minutes art-making). To schedule a visit, contact Rachel Heisler at 413-664-4481 x 8150 or via email.