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How to Schedule a Tour

Please submit the Tour Request Form at least two weeks in advance of the tour date you are requesting. Once your tour request form is received, you will be contacted by Office of Educational Programs staff to confirm your tour. Your tour is not confirmed simply by submiting the request form, but only when you have received an email confirmation and invoice.

Tour Times: Tours are offered Tuesday through Friday at 10 am, 11 am, noon, 1 pm, and 2 pm.

Thematic Tours

Allow students to follow a theme throughout the galleries, looking at how people across time and space relate to similar issues. In these tours, students find relationships between cultures in the galleries but also between those cultures and their own.

Animals
Students will explore animals from all over the world as they consider how different artists and cultures relate to their environments. From fierce lions to tiny praying mantises, students encounter the whole animal kingdom in the galleries.
 
Drawing

Georgia Standards of Excellence Tours

Georgia Standard of Excellence tours are crafted to align with the new Social Studies standards adopted by the state of Georgia in Fall 2017.

6th Grade:
Our 6th grade tour focuses on cultural conflict and change in Latin America, highlighting the collision of indigenous and European powers. Students will also explore the ways that different environments and natural resources impact culture in Latin America.

7th Grade:

STEAM Tours

At the Carlos, our STEAM tours highlight the ways that science, technology, engineering, art, and math have been used to solve problems from the earliest civilizations through to today helping students engage with enduring questions and new solutions.

Archaeology (All Grades)

Artful Stories for Preschools

Preschool children gather to hear a story surrounded by Egyptian, Greek and Roman, ancient American, Asian or African art before looking closely and discussing related works of art, and then transitioning to the studio for a hands on activity!  This free program is made possible through generous funding from PNC Bank and is available for preschool classes on Monday mornings at 10 am when the museum is closed to the general public, offering a special environment for young children to experience art, literacy, and cultures of the world.
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