Looking for a more in-depth experience at the Phippen? Then be sure to call about guided tours led by our dedicated and knowledgeable Museum Docents. These specially trained volunteers can turn a regular museum visit into a fascinating, in-depth, and personal exploration of our galleries and exhibitions.
To create a unique and comprehensive experience for your family or friends, please call the Museum’s Education Coordinator, Neal McEwen, at (928)778-1385
- Student tours and youth workshops are available by appointment and may be tailored to meet curriculum needs.
- An average tour at the museum lasts approximately one hour.
• Reserve a date for your students to experience original art objects, ask questions, discover new ideas, and build their knowledge of the art and heritage of the American West.
• School tours are available from 9AM-3PM, Tuesday through Friday. However, scheduling depends on availability, so call today.
• Classes will be divided into groups of 12-15. Required chaperone to student ratio is 1:10 for grades K-12th.
• Admission is FREE for school tours
• 1 teacher and 2 chaperones per 30 students are FREE
• Additional adults (unless required by your situation) pay an admission fee of $5.00
• Bus reimbursement is available up to $200 per school group trip. Please call the museum at (928) 778-1385 for details.
• Choose from a variety of FREE educational opportunities offered by the museum.
Guided Tour & Tailored Program
For grades K—12th
An engaging and educational 60-minute tour of the Phippen Museum’s current and permanent exhibits. Docents and educators will work with teachers in order to design tailored programs created to meet grade level, STEM & Common Core curriculum standards.
Guided Tour & Activity
For grades K—12th
This exciting, hands-on museum experience lasts approximately 90 minutes and includes a tour of the Phippen Museum’s galleries and an integrated studio art activity. Teachers may select one activity (listed below) for their students to enjoy during their visit to the museum.
Call the Museum’s Education Coordinator, Neal McEwen, at (928) 778-1385 to learn more about this collaborative program.