School Tour Registration

The Museum is now accepting requests for school tours to occur from October 2017 through June 2018. Appointments should be made at least 4 weeks in advance. Please call us at 718-204-7088, ext 203 to schedule a program, or fill out the form below to request your visit. We can accept up to two classes of 30 students. We will do our best to accommodate your request. Please note, your tour is not confirmed until you have received an email confirmation from the Museum.
Step 1: School and Teacher Contact Information

You will be contacted by the education department in advance of your visit.

Please note we will do our best to accommodate this request but our working hours are 9am to 5pm.
Step 2: Your Group Grade Level and Group Size
Maximum of 30 students or one class per visit.
We require 1 chaperone per 10 students and allow a maximum of 5 chaperones for every class including the teacher. If a class wishes to bring additional chaperones they may do so but the chaperone will be required to pay admission fees.
Step 3: Program Type
Programs at The Noguchi Museum are inquiry-based, exploratory experiences. Tours last approximately one hour and stop at three works of art. Groups may also a request a hands-on art making workshop that brings the chosen theme of the tour into the studio. A tour and workshop lasts approximately two hours. Tour and workshops are one hour and half long for Pre-K and K groups. A one-time visit to the Museum is free for all New York City public school classes. For independent schools, or those outside of New York City, the fee for a guided tour is $150 per class. Groups interested in participating in a hands-on art making workshop following their guided tours may do so for an additional fee of $100.
Step 4: Date and Time Preference
Tours and workshops are not available on Mondays or Tuesdays. A guided tour lasts approximately one hour, a tour and workshop approximately two hours. Tour and workshops are one hour and half long for Pre-K and K groups. Both are offered Wednesday-Friday, between the hours of 10am and 5pm*, and Saturday-Sunday, between the hours of 11am and 6pm. **Exception: there are no tours available 2pm-3pm any day as this conflicts with the daily Public Gallery Talk.