It's never too early to visit the Worcester Art Museum to start learning about art! This tour is designed for children 0 - 3 years old, their siblings, and their parents/grandparents/guardians. A Museum teacher will engage caretakers and their infants and toddlers with art and stories in the galleries. Stay for tea, coffee, juice and snacks after your tour. Free with Museum admission. Please use the Tuckerman Street entrance for Stroller access, the Salisbury entrance is closed until 11:00am.
January 4: Ed Emberley
Focus on the fun books and artworks in our special exhibition KAHBAHBLOOOM: The Art & Storytelling of Ed Emberley. Enjoy some story time in front of Paul Bunyans house!
January 18: Nature: Flowers, Trees, and Water
Join us as we look at paintings of the wonderful world of nature, including flowers, trees, water and more!
February 1: Pretty Colors: Stain Glass Windows
The stained glass in the Chapter House is full of vibrant and beautiful color. Well introduce the children to color as we take a closer look at these windows. Well also take some time to explore interactive activities in the new medieval galleries.
February 15: Animals: Real and Imaginary
Stroll through our Asian Galleries and look for examples of animals in Art both real and imaginary. How many animals can you find?
March 1: Looking Up: Clouds & Skies
Join us in the European galleries as we look at skies in works of art, paying special attention to the clouds. What do you see in the clouds?
March 15: Sculpture: 3-D Art
The Ancient Galleries are full of sculpture. Travel through the galleries with us as we look at Ancient Greek and Roman art, exploring portraits, pottery, and more. What is your favorite sculpture?
Cost: Free with Museum admission.
Woo Pass: $ 2 off general admission for up to 4 adults