Group visits are great for those who prefer a customized experience. Please tell us if you have children in your group. Admission to both Carnegie Museum of Art and Carnegie Museum of Natural History are included.
Group Tour Pricing
Due to covid-19, we are currently only offering group discounts and museum quests, a scavenger hunt-style group tour.
|Program Type||Adults||Adults (65+)||College Students||Children 3-18|
(group discount rate for general admission)
|Museum Quest (scavenger hunt style group tour)||$9|
|60-minute guided tour||$15||$11||$9|
|90-Minute guided tour||$17||$13||$10|
|Behind the scenes (dependent on scientific section schedules)||||||$25|
Costs listed above are applicable for groups of 10 or more. Cost includes one-day general admission to the museums. One complimentary admission is provided for groups of 10–20 people, and two complimentary admissions are provided for groups of 21+ people. Personal care aides are admitted free. Members are free with proof of membership for unguided groups only.
Book a Group Tour
To receive group pricing, you must have a group of ten or more and your visit must be scheduled at least four weeks in advance through the Group Visits Office. Smaller groups pay a ten person minimum. Member discounts do not apply to guided tours. Changes in attendance must be made at least one week in advance for groups to receive a refund. Full payment is due one week prior to visit.
Currently only unguided groups and Museum Quests are available. Museum Quests allow kids to dive deep into individual exhibits and challenge them to develop their critical thinking skills while they’re having fun. These experiences are ideal for groups of school aged children and are designed to encourage collaborative exploration. These are currently available for North American and African Wildlife Halls and Alcoa Foundation Hall of American Indians.
For groups visiting the museums, at least 6 feet of distance must be maintained between individuals within the group who are not from the same household. For safety reasons, a large group visiting the museums may need to be divided into smaller groups, even when all members of the large group are from the same household.