Masks must be worn at all times inside of the Museum and reservations are required to visit our galleries. Get your free passes.

School Tours

The BMA is excited to offer a wide range of virtual school tours this year led by BMA educators. Close Encounters, a six-session program for Baltimore City Public Schools and Literacy through Art, a tour program that supports the curriculum for Baltimore County Public Schools, are both virtual this year.

Learn more about School Tours

Self-Guided Tours

Small groups are always welcome to lead their own tours at the BMA. However, please review our visitor policies to make sure that you and your group have the best visit possible.

Request a Self-Guided Tour

Adult Tours

This year we are unable to offer guided adult tours at the Museum. Instead, please explore our many virtual programs, including BMA x NMWA, Violet Hour, JJC Talks, and Art Break Live.

We look forward to welcoming your group back to the BMA when it is safer to do so!

Audio Tours

Enrich your visit with fresh perspectives on art. We have audio tours available on a variety of subjects, many of which are available to download from iTunesU. Available in English only.

Enjoy audio tours during your visit on your own smartphone or device, or borrow a complimentary device at the Welcome Desk. Assisted listening devices are available.

Go Mobile

Go Mobile is a multimedia tour featuring audio tracks with artists, curators, local personalities, and makers, plus images and original videos. Best for the American, Contemporary, African, and Asian art galleries.

Countless Stories

This Highlights Audio Tour features artworks from across the collection with a focus on the Modern and European Art galleries.

Sculpture Garden Cell Phone Tour

Explore the BMA's lush sculpture gardens with former Director Doreen Bolger, Conservator Ann Boulton, sculpture Mark di Suvero, and BMA Trustee Peggy Heller.