Number of tour participants:
We want your experience to be meaningful and memorable! Please let us know the number of people you expect to participate in the tour, including tour hosts, extra guides, teachers, and chaperones. This will enable us to staff your visit accordingly.
Chaperones for Youth Tour Groups:
We require at least one chaperone in addition to the teacher or leader for school tours. Chaperones help to make your museum visit a success. After booking a tour, chaperones, teachers, and group leaders will be responsible for ensuring that museum rules are followed by the group.
Length of Visit:
Tours can be arranged from 1 to 1.5 hours. Tours often include the museum, the restored Jacobs-Uberuaga boardinghouse, the Anduiza Fronton (Basque handball court), and the Basque Block. We can also plan hands-on activities if discussed in advance.
Tuesday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm
Saturday, 11 am to 3 pm
Self-directed visits for groups of 10 or fewer people are encouraged as well, with a standard museum admission fee. Arrangements can be made for after-hours tours at the Museum depending on staffing, previous bookings, other events or activities. Please ask the Education Specialist to discuss options and fees for your needs.
Jacobs-Uberuaga Boardinghouse Guided Tours:
September through May (Saturdays): Guided tours are available Saturdays at Noon and 1:30 pm for small groups (10 or less) without a reservation. June through August (DAILY Tuesday through Friday): Guided tours are available DAILY at Noon and 1:30 pm for small groups (10 or less) without a reservation.
Contact the museum’s Education Specialist to discuss rates for your group. Fees will be determined based on numbers of people, student or other educational efforts, and times of day for your booking.