The Morris Museum offers exciting explorations of a specific subject or theme and are formatted for all ages! These programs include Educator led tours for field trip students and adult groups, as well as self-guided browse tours.

1. School Field Trips: Exhibition programs are designed to meet curriculum standards in the language arts, literacy, sciences, social studies, and visual arts. A professional museum educator will lead your students through our galleries and engage them in a lively discussion. Programs are designed to allow students to experience learning in a hands-on, minds-on way using museum artifacts, reproductions, and interactive activities.

2. Adult Group Tours: Experience tours of our changing and permanent exhibitions, a curator tour of our Guinness Gallery which features Mechanical Music and Automata, and programs which are formatted for adults to enjoy!

3. Self Guided Tours: Groups of 10 or more can receive a reduced group rate off of admission. Access to all open galleries is included, and you may stay as long as you wish, on a self guided browse of discovery.

Please be aware that the Museum can provide programs for a maximum of 90 people in a 1-day span (includes students and adults). If you exceed this limit, please indicate this under our SPECIAL REQUESTS SECTION and we will coordinate appropriately.

** PLEASE NOTE: FILLING OUT THIS FORM DOES NOT FULLY CONFIRM YOUR VISIT. Our Group Programs Coordinator will review your request and contact you within 1-2 business days regarding available dates and times to confirm your booking. **

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Please check YES or NO if you would like to bring your bagged lunches and eat on-site (School Field Trips ONLY):
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