We are excited to offer both In-Person and Virtual Field Trips!  During these interactive programs, an Ogden Museum Docent will lead a participatory exploration of artwork from the Museum’s collection (all tours) and current special exhibitions (in-person tours only). We would be delighted to collaborate with teachers and group leaders to design tours exploring specific subjects, topics, artworks and themes. Two-week advance notice is needed for customized tours. 

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We would love to have your group tour Ogden Museum of Southern Art!  Guided docent tours are available to explore new exhibitions and artwork at the Museum in-person. Unable to visit the Museum?  Join us instead for a deep dive exploring the richness and diversity of Southern art and artists via a scheduled Zoom art talk. Museum Educator Sara Echaniz will facilitate an in-depth conversation highlighting art and artists from Ogden Museum’s collection. 

Please click on the link below to request an in-person or a virtual tour for your group.

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Join us for a participatory gallery tour every second Thursday at 1:00 p.m. Meet at the admissions desk for a guided tour of Ogden Museum, home to the largest and most comprehensive collection of art from the Southern region of the United States.

Louisiana residents enjoy free admission on Thursdays, courtesy of The Helis Foundation.


Girl Scouts of all ages are invited to participate in Ogden Museum Girl Scout Program. Choose from a variety of offerings tailored specifically for each troops’ needs. Scouts will explore the world of Southern art, while working towards the completion of a badge. Each program includes a guided tour of the Museum followed by an art-making activity led by educator Jewel Campbell.

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“Sara’s virtual tour introduced us to not only art we weren’t familiar with but also places and vocabulary. It’s great to be able to see these collections even when we can’t see them in person. It’s a bit of an appetizer to whet our appetite to encourage us to look more in depth on your website.” – Virtual Tour Participant