Group Tours

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Tour Our Wonderful Exhibits or Demonstrations as a Group!

Adult Admission is $8.00 per person for groups of 15 or more.
Add a private tour in the Museum of American Glass for an additional $2.00 per person
Bus driver and group leader receive complimentary admission.

Phone: 800-998-4552 or 856-825-6800, ext. 100; Fax: 856-825-2410
E-mail: groupsales@wheatonarts.org

Reservation Procedure

Deposit: A deposit of $25.00 is required.
Final counts MUST be made 5 DAYS PRIOR to arrival.
Payment: Payment is due in full on the day of your visit.

Refunds: We will refund your deposit if you cancel two weeks prior to your reserved date.

Complimentary Policy: The bus driver(s) and the group escort will receive free admission with 15 or more people.

Transportation is not included. If your group does not have its own transportation, we suggest that you contact your local bus company or travel agent to make arrangements.

Designated bus parking available and is free of charge.

Prices are subject to change without notice.

Welcome To A World of Fun and Learning!

In addition to all of the many wonderful exhibits, demonstrations and other attractions throughout WheatonArts, we offer special programs and classes for your students.

For more information, send an e-mail to mail@wheatonarts.org

At WheatonArts, we value the creative process, and the many ways in which engagement with the arts introduces learning skills and strengthens basic classroom curriculum goals.

Arts and crafts classes open a world of creative possibilities for children of all ages. WheatonArts offers hands-on experiences for children in Grades 3 to 6. All grades can visit and tour the internationally-known Museum of American Glass where they’ll discover the science, industry, art and magic of glassmaking from colonial times to the present.

From April through December, the Artist Studios offer demonstrations and opportunities for students to meet informally with resident artists. As artists share their craft, they discuss materials and the science, history and social forces that have shaped both art and culture. They answer wide-ranging questions as  clay and molten glass are transformed before students’ eyes.

Whether a toddler or a teen, our scenic grounds offer the magic of nature, from the sands that form a major part of glass to the wide variety of trees and other plant life that help teach lessons in science and nature.

All these experiences are subject to staffing and scheduling considerations. Please call 856-825-6800, ext. 100, for availability.

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