The Grand Rapids Art Museum is located in downtown Grand Rapids and is the world’s first LEED Gold-certified museum. Visit GRAM and enjoy an exciting range of programs, experiences and learning opportunities.
GRAM offers many different ways for groups of 10 or more to experience the Museum’s collections and stunning exhibitions. Choose from either a self-guided experience or a guided tour led by one of our highly dedicated and knowledgeable docents.
Tours can be adjusted for any age level. Groups can also choose to add optional activities to their visit such as art-making workshops and a space to eat lunch, based on availability. Groups receive discounted group admission, as well as a discount in The Museum Store. Need a space to eat lunch or dinner? A room, tables, and chairs can be provided at no extra cost, schedule permitting. GRAM is handicap accessible.
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Discounted Group Pricing: $7 per adult, $6 per senior (62 & older), $4 per child ages 6 – 17 and children 5 and under are free. Group leader is free. Optional workshops are an additional $50 for every 25 people.
Scheduling Your Group: Tours last approximately one hour and an optional workshop runs for 45 minutes. These durations can be adjusted to better fit your group’s need upon request.
If you are interested in bringing your group to GRAM, please contact us a minimum of two weeks prior to your desired tour date at firstname.lastname@example.org or 616.831.2930.
All tours and workshops can be scheduled during regular museum hours.
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