EDUCATION & EVENTS
The Sid Richardson Museum provides a variety of engaging programs and events to enhance your Museum experience!
Admission to the Museum is always FREE and open to the general public during regular operating hours. FREE docent guided tours are available to the public every Tuesday and Saturday at 2:00pm. You can also schedule a docent guided tour (and an additional hands-on studio activity) for your group or class. In addition, self-guided groups of 50 or fewer are welcome in the Museum (for large groups, please call to ensure accessibility to the gallery space). For additional tour information, guidelines, and online registration, visit Tours.
The Museum has variety of programs and events, from lectures and in-depth engagements with the collection to movies and hands-on activities. All of our adult programs are designed to enhance and enrich the Museum experience for adults. For additional information, and online event registration, visit Adult Programs.
The Museum has a variety of programs that are design to engage and challenge children. From tours that can be enriched by hands on studio activities to Spring Break and Summer Camp programs, there is something going on year round. Visit Children's Programs to learn more about what is available throughout the year.
The Museum has created special Family Programs and events to engage and entertain the entire family.
The Museum has gathered and developed a variety of Educator Resources to support educators. From books and web resources to interdisciplinary lessons that reference curriculum standards and primary source materials, there is something to enhance every learning experience.
DOCENTS & INTERNS
Docents and interns support the Education Department in our mission to continually research objects and to promote exploration and discovery through inquiry-based thought. Visit the Docents and Interns page to learn more about available programs and opportunities.