We offer guided tours and group rates for students and adults all year round. For guided tours, we require at least a two week advance notice to be able to set up a tour guide for your group and we can not guarantee a guided tour on the weekend. Please read our other guidelines below.
Guidelines for Group Tours
General Tour Groups: 10 person minimum and 2 weeks advance notice.*
Guided School Group Tour Policy: We offer guided tours for 3rd grade and above. For groups with younger students, they are welcome to walk through the museum as a self-guided tour with the teachers or chaperones.**
Pre-K – 3rd Grades: one adult per 8 kids
4th – 6th Grades: one adult per 10 kids
7th – 12th Grades: one adult per 15 students
Cancellation Policy: All guided museum tours are supported by staff and volunteers. We ask that groups who need to cancel a reservation, or expect to arrive later than planned, please call the museum at 580-772-5871.
* For guided tours, we require at least a two week advance notice to be able to set up a tour guide for your group.
** We offer guided tours and group rates for students and adults all year round.
We can not guarantee a guided tour on the weekend.
Upon arrival to the Museum, your group leader should come to the ticket counter to finalize payment. Additional tickets can be purchased at that time or chaperones can pay when they arrive. For school groups we accept Purchase Orders and can issue an invoice before your group leaves to take back to your administration.
Buses may load and unload passengers in front of the museum and then proceed to park in the designated spaces in the parking lot to the west of the museum entrance.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
Your group is welcome to bring sack lunches and use our conference room to eat. Please reserve this space when you are booking your tour. You can bring your lunches in when you arrive and place them in the conference room while you are on tour.
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