The Everson gives students the opportunity to enjoy, learn and connect with art through a variety of free docent-led tours. Choose from one of our thematic tours or take a general tour of the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions.
The Everson Museum of Art features the works of American artists from the 18th century to the present, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, video and ceramics, as well as special exhibitions.
The Everson's architecture tours offer a closer look at our largest work of art: the Museum's renowned building designed by internationally acclaimed architect I.M. Pei. The Everson was Pei's first museum and launched his career as a museum architect. Over the course of his career, Pei has designed more than 35 museums and exhibition spaces throughout the world including the Pyramide du Louvre (Paris, France), National Gallery's East Wing (Washington, DC), the Kennedy Library (Boston, MA), Sainsbury Wing - National Gallery (London, England) and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum (Cleveland, Ohio).
*All tours are also available in French on a limited basis*
Planning a Tour
● We cannot accommodate unscheduled tours.
Please have the following information ready when arrange a tour:
To schedule your tour, contact Qiana Williams
(315) 474 6064 x303