Adult Tours

ADULT TOURS

Self-Guided Tours

Self-Guided group tours are available during regular museum hours:
Tuesday-Thursday | 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday |11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday | 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

To schedule your visit, please call the Department of Interpretation and Audience Engagement at (504) 658-4128 or email education@noma.org.

Discounted rates for adult groups of 10 people or more with advance reservations are as follows:

Adults | $8
Seniors (65 and older) | $6
Students and faculty with college ID | $6
Active Military with ID | $6
Children (ages 7-17) | $4
Children (6 and under) | FREE

Docent-Guided Adult Tours

Docent-Guided tours are available during regular museum hours for groups of 10 or more visitors. Tours must be requested with at least 2 weeks advance notice, but availability is not guaranteed.

Please contact the Department of Interpretation and Audience Engagement at (504) 658-4128 or email education@noma.org for more information.

Public Museum Highlights Tours
Sundays | 2 p.m.

Meet at the front desk in the Great Hall for these docent-guided tours. No preregistration is necessary but please call ahead to make sure the tour is still available.

Audio-Guided Tours

The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden features a cell-phone audio guided tour available to all visitors. Please inquire at the entrance to the Sculpture Garden for more information and an itinerary.

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