Group Tours and Visits
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts offers educator- and docent-guided digital tours and programs at a time when in-person group tours are currently paused. Groups may request Zoom tours or other virtual programs at least two weeks in advance. Due to limited availability, these tours are offered on a first come, first served basis.
Explore the galleries and permanent collection with self-guided tours. Self guides offer suggestions for creative and engaging exploration of works on view. Download them here.
Discover more about the art on view with our free audio guide. Use your own device or borrow one at the welcome desk, click here for download instructions.
Designed for existing book groups, Art Tours for Book Lovers is an exciting program that unites visual art and literature. After reading a featured work together, the group can visit the Museum for a docent-guided, discussion-based tour related to that specific work. Learn more and book a virtual Art Tours for Book Lovers visit here.
College and University Student Visits
The UMFA welcomes faculty and students from all higher learning institutions to study objects from our collection. Students from Utah public colleges and universities receive free admission with student ID.
Guided virtual tours for college and university groups (up to 60 students) are currently offered on a first come, first served basis. We’re glad to chat with you about your class’s needs and to think about what type of program or resources best support your curriculum, study, or research. Click here to schedule a group visit.
Individuals are welcome to sketch objects on view in the galleries. Please visit our Sketching in the Galleries page for our most up-to-date policy.