Explore the vast world of art and culture through the lens of various viewpoints in programs ranging from gallery tours to storytelling sessions and interactive experiences with works of art.
MetTours connects you with works of art, with curators, conservators, educators, and artists alike guiding you through the collection and exhibitions. Program times, audiences, and topics vary.
Join curators, conservators, and educators for lively, 30-minute dialogues on works of art.
Engage directly with works of art in the galleries through talks led by curators, conservators, educators, and invited specialists. Talks focus on specific aspects of the collection or on exhibitions.
Explore highlights of the collection through a variety of tours with Museum-trained volunteers. Engaging, hour-long tours are given in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.
With Met experts, participate in timely and candid conversations that explore shifting perspectives on works from The Met collection.
See The Met collection through artists' eyes. Each artist discusses works of art in the collection that hold personal meaning or relevance to his or her artistic process.
Families with children ages 18 months–6 years are invited to look, listen, sing, and have fun with picture books.
Families with children ages 7–11 are invited to travel through time and around the world on a Museum adventure.
Join gallery tours and interactive experiences with works of art during these programs specifically designed for people with disabilities together with family and friends.