Tours last approximately 50 minutes and topics range from highlights of specific areas of the museum’s encyclopedic collection, a look at a current exhibition, or a focus on specific works of art. To request a private group tour, please submit a LACMA Group Tour Request Form.

If you are interested in arranging a visit for your school or university group, please visit School & University Visits for more information.


Exhibition and Permanent Collection Tours Before Hours

At least 10 paying guests or a $450 admission minimum is required. A general admission ticket, which grants a full day of access to the museum, is included.

Adults $45/person  
Children (17 and under) Free
Member $20/person

 

Exhibition and Permanent Collection Tours During Regular Hours

At least 10 paying guests or a $300 admission minimum is required. A general admission ticket, which grants a full day of access to the museum, is included.

Adults $30/person
Seniors (65+ with ID) $25/person
Students (18+ with ID) $25/person
Children (17 and under) Free
Member $15/person
Additional Tour $15/person

Tours for Visitors with Special Needs

LACMA is committed to providing learning experiences for kids, teens, and adults of all abilities. Complimentary tours for visitors with special needs focus on different areas of LACMA's collection and last about 50 minutes. Tours must be arranged at least three weeks in advance and depend on the availability of LACMA's trained art docents.Please call 323 857-6109 or email educate@lacma.org for more information.

The museum also offers wheelchairs for use. Wheelchairs can be picked up at any Ticket Office. There is no additional charge; photo identification is required.

Corporate Tours

If you are a corporation looking to host a tour at LACMA, you must be an existing corporate partner or member. To learn more about our partnership opportunities or to become a member, please contact us at corporate@lacma.org.

Contemporary Art (includes Chris Burden's Metropolis II

Modern Art 

LACMA Art + Architecture (includes Michael Heizer's Levitated Mass