Virtual Group Tours
Experience our collections and special exhibitions remotely with an hour-long guided tour via Zoom. One of our friendly and professional Museum Guides will take you on a virtual trip through our galleries using prepared video and still images, and encourage lively discussion with ample opportunities for questions and answers. Tours are intended for adult groups of 10 or more participants (maximum of 40).
Reserve your tour
You can book your virtual tour for any available date or time through our ticketing partner, Showclix. Tours are intended for adult groups of 10 or more participants (maximum of 40).
Book a KAWS: WHAT PARTY Tour
Book a Lorraine O'Grady: Both/And Tour
Book a Virtual Collections Tour
$250; includes prepared video, with Q&A
Explore some of our exciting collection offerings. Tours focus on one of three areas:
- Identity and Representation: Discuss works by artists including Kehinde Wiley, Roberto Lugo, and Teri Greeves, who have explored themes of identity and artistic representation across time and place.
- NYC Stories: Examine artworks and objects that tell stories about New York’s unique history and its role as a center of arts and culture.
- Women Artists in the Brooklyn Museum: Learn about works of art and design in the Museum made by female artists, including Judy Chicago's iconic The Dinner Party.
KAWS: WHAT PARTY (February 26–September 5, 2021)
$300; available starting March 12, 2021
Brooklyn-based artist KAWS bridges the worlds of art, popular culture, and commerce in this sweeping survey featuring more than one hundred of his works, such as rarely seen graffiti drawings, paintings and sculptures, collectibles, and monumental installations of his popular COMPANION figures.
Lorraine O’Grady: Both/And (March 5–July 18, 2021)
$250; available starting March 15, 2021
Lorraine O’Grady: Both/And is the first retrospective of one of the most significant contemporary figures working in performance, conceptual, and feminist art. Through her exploration of legacies of cultural interconnection and reciprocal influences, O’Grady sheds light on the ways Blackness has always existed at the heart of Western modernism.
Want to take your virtual tour experience to the next level? Consider joining the Museum as a Corporate Member! Our close family of Corporate Members enjoy exciting benefits, such as the opportunity to host employees for virtual curator tours or exclusive in-person tours and receptions at the Museum for up to 5 guests. Additionally, Corporate Members receive special discounts on tours, Shop purchases, special exhibition tickets, and more!
Rescheduling and Cancellation Policy
You can change your virtual tour time once with no fees, up to one week prior to the date of your scheduled tour, by emailing email@example.com. If you need to change your date again, please contact us directly. You will be charged a fee.
If you need to change your date less than one week prior to your scheduled tour date, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can cancel your tour for a full refund up to two weeks in advance of your scheduled date, or a partial refund up to one week in advance of your scheduled date. Any cancellations less than one week prior to the scheduled date will not be eligible for a refund. To cancel your tour, please email Showclix at email@example.com.