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Enjoy an interactive virtual tour of the Baltimore Museum of Art led by a BMA educator. Each virtual tour will highlight exciting works from across the Museum. All tours include art from around the world made by artists who are Black, Indigenous, people of color, women, or from other historically underrepresented groups.

All tours for pre-K to 12 students are free.

If your school budget allows, please consider making a suggested donation of $2 per student. All donations support the educational mission of the BMA.

Schedule an Elementary School Tour

Each of the tour topics below can be tailored to your grade level.

Artists Play

Explore how artists experiment with materials and techniques to make work that hangs on the wall, moves on the floor, or surrounds us!

Wild Nature

Explore the natural world through the eyes of artists. Examine the outdoors close up or capture it from far away and make connections to your own environment.

Portraits

Use visual clues and your imaginations to explore what artworks tell us about people and personalities.

Artful Stories

Investigate how artists tell tales without words as we use detective skills to figure out settings, characters, and plots in their stories.

Moods and Feelings

Build empathy as we learn how artists use color and other techniques to create moods and convey feelings in artworks.

Schedule a Middle or High School Tour

Each of the tour topics below can be tailored to your grade level.

Identity

Investigate how artists express the complexity of people—who they are, how they have been seen, and how they wish to be known.

Power

How does art express power? Whether examining religious and ritual objects, art that protests and critiques, or depictions of leaders, we will analyze how power is amplified by art.

Care and Community

How do we care for ourselves, each other, and our communities? Explore how artists from different time periods and places have answered these questions.