Elementary, Middle, and High School Tours
Schedule your tour online by filling out the School Tour Booking Form.
Visit our galleries with your students and take a journey into a world of exciting images and ideas. Artworks in the galleries serve as windows through which students can study their world while gaining an understanding of and appreciation for art and artists.
These engaging, interactive learning experiences:
are appropriate for students of any grade level.
are linked to National Standards.
encourage students to look at, think about, talk about, and learn about art works on display.
tie in with other pertinent areas of the classroom curriculum.
Click here for a list of possible topics for tours and activities.
Tours last for sixty to ninety minutes, depending on the topic. For more information, to inquire about tour fees, or to schedule a school group tour call 215-972-2069 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regular Admission Prices
Philadelphia Public School students: $3
Free passes are available for teachers.
(See below for grant-funded opportunities)
Related Teacher Services
PAFA offers a number of other related teacher services including a summer academy and other workshops.
Support for Bus and Admission Costs: NEA's grant funding has enabled PAFA to subsidize admission and bus transportation costs for School District of Philadelphia and Archdiocese groups. This program is available for the entire year, or as long as funds hold out. First-come, first-served, so book your field trip now.
Art Speaks! is a unique visual arts and literacy tour created for the Philadelphia Public School District fourth grader curriculum. Grant money for this program covers the cost of both admission and buses and is provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and The Delphi Project, among other funders. PAFA is proud to be part of this collaboration with other area art institutions. Interested teachers and principals should mention this program when calling to book a tour.
For any and all questions, contact 215-972-2069 or email@example.com.
The Academy Visit Program is funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.