Please schedule tours with us at least 2 weeks in advance. For more information about private tour offerings or to schedule a tour, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603.669.6144, x131. Prices may vary for special exhibitions.
|Individuals per Group
|Private Tour – Museum Only
|Private Tour – Zimmerman House Only*
*limited to 12 people per group
|Private Tour – Combination Package – Museum and Zimmerman House
|1-15||$185 (one docent)||$250||$270|
|16-30||$370 (two docents)||$500||$540|
|31-45||$555 (three docents)||$750||$810|
|46-60||$740 (four docents)||$1000||$1080|
We are happy to offer a variety of themes for private tours and we also can provide custom tours to meet your needs. Each of the tours listed below are about one hour long.
1. Welcome to the Currier
The Visit of the Gypsies, c. 1510, Unknown Franco-Flemish, wool and silk
This tour includes collection highlights, museum history, and exploration of special exhibitions throughout the year.
2. Introduction to Exploring Art
Cous Cous, 1961-2, Joan Mitchell, oil and acrylic on canvas
This tour will help visitors explore the basic tools and tips for looking at art and examining color, line, and form; artistic movements; and changes in art history.
3. From Anonymous to Aponovich: New Hampshire History in Art
James Aponovich, Still Life with Chocolates, 1984.
This tour focuses on New Hampshire-based artists, or artists who have some connection to the region, from early colonial to contemporary artists.
4. Women in Art
Cross By the Sea, 1932, Georgia O’Keeffe, oil on canvas
This tour will focus on works by and of women from the earliest eras in the collection to contemporary art. Explore the lives and styles of women artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Lila Cabot Perry, Louise Nevelson and others, and learn how artists have depicted the female subject.
5. European and American Impressionism
Seine at Bougival, 1869, Claude Monet, oil on canvas
See paintings from the era of capturing light and daily life in Europe and America. Explore works by artists such as Claude Monet, Childe Hassam, and Edmund Tarbell.