Museum Tours

Looking Together

Interested in exploring one work of art in detail? Enjoy 15 minutes of close looking with a Currier docent. Sessions are informal, interactive, and focused on a different object in the galleries each day.

Looking Together is offered every Saturday and Sunday at 11 am and noon. More information and the schedule can be found here.

Museum public tours are free with general museum admission.

Art After Work Tours

Experience a Currier exhibition or selected works from the collection at Art After Work every Thursday and enjoy free admission, live music, and drink specials in the Winter Garden Café (open until 8 pm). The 30-minute adult tour is free of charge. Participants meet in the lobby.

Audio Tour

Audio tour is available here

Private group tours

A variety of private tours can be scheduled for the museum and our Frank Lloyd Wright Houses. To schedule a tour please fill out a request form.

Book a private group tour

For more information please contact or call 603.518.4956.


  • Prices may vary for special exhibitions
  • Library passes and complimentary passes cannot be used toward the cost of a private tour.


School Tours

School tours focus on empowering students to use their voices, develop creative and collaborative problem-solving skills, foster empathy, and develop through and investigative process with fine art. Tour themes are interdisciplinary and multisensory. Museum educators work closely with teachers to make art accessible for every student.

Building Blocks of Art (K–5)
This tour explores the fundamental elements of art through close looking and engaging discussion. Students learn to identify and describe artists’ choices, draw comparisons between different works of art, and make connections to their own lives.

Architecture (6–12)
On this exciting new tour, students will explore important aspects of architecture by making connections to the Currier’s collection. This interdisciplinary tour brings together math, science, and humanities to understand building design and impact.

Book a school tour


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