Guided tours and public programs expand and enhance the Museum experience of our members and the visiting public.
Public docent-led tours are offered Tuesday – Sunday at 2:30pm. Tours are free with Museum admission.
Guided tours are recommended for groups of 6 or more adults (including staff), or any organized group (such as assisted living facilities, group homes, community-based organizations, and clubs). Tours may be arranged by appointment during regular Museum hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10am-5 pm, Sunday 12-5 pm. The Museum is closed on Mondays and major holidays. Tours run approximately 45 minutes. The Museum has no indoor eating facilities. Although no food is available for purchase, the Sculpture Garden may be used for picnics, weather permitting.
Reservations are necessary for all guided tours and for self-guided groups of 8 or more people (including staff). Please make reservations at least 3 weeks in advance. Group size is limited to 40 people. Groups larger than 20 may be split into two rotating tours. The Katonah Museum is wheelchair accessible and listening devices are available upon request. Guided tour fee is $8/adult, $6/senior or special needs; staff and tour organizer are free.
Special Needs Group Visits: The KMA has a strong history of working with underserved groups in Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, and Fairfield counties, including hospitals, group homes, and community-based organizations. Reservations are required for groups of 8 or more people (including staff) and guided tours are recommended. Visits are collaboratively planned to meet the physical, developmental, and educational needs of each group.
For additional information or to make a reservation, please contact Education@katonahmuseum.org; 914-232-9555, ext 2985.
KMA DocentsBecome an active member and expand your artistic horizons. Our energetic docent tour guides are a dynamic group of art enthusiasts who participate in college level training workshops for each new and varied exhibition. Our tours are constructed for adults and also for school groups of every age. What are you interested in? Contact Education@katonahmuseum.org, 914-232-9555, ext.2985 for information and join in this fulfilling experience.
Public ProgramsThe Museum provides a continual resource and opportunity for life-long learning. Look for lectures and symposia by noted artists and scholars; tours of artists’ studios, private collections, historic houses, special exhibitions, and regional museums; workshops for artists, writers, and educators; summer jazz concerts; and other events that enrich your experience and make the KMA a cultural destination. Click here for current and upcoming programs.