Guided Group Tours
The Denver Art Museum welcomes groups (minimum of 10, maximum of 40) to request a guided group tour of the museum’s collections and special exhibitions. Requests must be made at least two weeks in advance. To make reservations and schedule your group tour, call 720-913-0088 (Monday–Friday, 10 am–5 pm) or email email@example.com.
To request live captioning (CART), assistive listening devices, a sign language interpreter, or any other accessibility service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least five (5) business days in advance of the program. We will make every effort to provide accommodation for requests made outside of that window of time.
|Adults (Colorado resident)||$10||$15|
|Seniors (Colorado resident)||$7||$12|
|Students (with ID)||$7||$10|
Led by a specially trained docent, these 60-minute tours explore the museum’s newly reinstalled collection galleries. Choose a collection of interest and discover new stories and perspectives, look closely at object highlights, and learn about behind-the-scenes reinstallation moments.
- Asian Art
- By Design: Stories and Ideas Behind Objects
- European Art Before 1800
- The 19th Century European and American Art
- Indigenous Arts of North America
- Latin American Art and Art of the Ancient Americas
- Western American Art
Explore the world’s largest continent through our Asian art collection, where you’ll find works from across thousands of years and dozens of cultures. In your journey, understand how the flow of people, beliefs, and techniques across changing boarders gives way to a rich array of diverse but interconnected artworks.
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By Design: Stories and Ideas Behind Objects
Design is all around us and impacts our daily lives. On this tour, consider how design connects to your daily life through a series of thematic installations that illustrate the abundance and versatility of approaches to design.
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European Art Before 1800
The European art collection from the 14th-18th centuries creates a rich historical journey through painting, decorative arts, and fashion. Discover how the interactions between artists and their traditions impacted the development of European art.
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The 19th Century European and American Art
In the Western world, the 19th century was a time of complex economic, political, and cultural change. Explore the aesthetic appeal of the artworks produced in this era while gaining an understanding and appreciation of their historical context.
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Indigenous Arts of North America
Indigenous artists give visual form to rich histories, cultural knowledge, and concepts of identity through their art. On this tour, explore historical and contemporary creations and hear stories and perspectives from Native community members and artists.
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Latin American Art and Art of the Ancient Americas
These collections showcase the artistic fusion of Indigenous works rooted in Mesoamerica, Central America, and the Andes with the evolving legacy of Latin American cities, traditions, and peoples. Animated videos, interactive stops, and contemporary works emphasize the connections between the past and the present.
Western American Art
Here in Colorado, we are in a unique position to tell stories of American art from a western perspective. Artists then and now continue to reflect the cultural diversity of the West and the wonders of its natural landscapes while grappling with its challenging history.
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Special Exhibition Tours
Led by a specially trained docent, these 60-minute tours focus on one of the museum’s special exhibitions for an in-depth look into a specific theme or artist’s practice.
- Suited: Empowered Feminine Fashion
- Curious Visions: Toward Abstract Photography
- Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of La Malinche
Suited: Empowered Feminine Fashion
Suited: Empowered Feminine Fashion follows the history of women’s tailored clothing, from the late 1800s to today. On this tour, explore how the evolution of tailored garments coincides with and contributed to more complex issues of gender identity and female empowerment.
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Curious Visions: Toward Abstract Photography
Curious Visions: Toward Abstract Photography explores how photographers invite abstract qualities into a medium that is best known for depicting reality. On this tour, learn how photographers built things to be photographed, incorporated creative camera techniques, and sometimes abandoned their cameras altogether.
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Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of La Malinche
Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of La Malinche reconsiders a woman at the heart of the Spanish conquest of Mexico. For over 500 years, artists, scholars, and activists have continued to appropriate Malinche’s enigmatic figure for their own agendas. This exhibition offers visitors a dynamic look at her history and impact.
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