ALL GROUP VISITS ARE TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
LRMA offers a variety of inspiring and informative tours of the museum for school and community groups.
To learn more or to request a tour, contact LRMA via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 727.712-5762. Please request your tour at least one month in advance.
Learn about the history and mission of LRMA; the main artists represented in our collection (Abraham Rattner, Allen Leepa, Esther Gentle, and other modern and contemporary artists); the award-winning architecture of our building; our permanent collection and special exhibitions.
Tours are led by museum docents and last approximately 45 minutes to one hour. A minimum of 5 participants and a maximum of 60 is preferred. Tours are $10 for adults and $8 for seniors 62 and older. If your group would like to dine in the area, a list of nearby restaurants is available upon request.
SPC Class Groups
Tour content is similar to the adult tour. If requested, we support the SPC instructor’s curriculum. Students working on assignments in the galleries should bring pencils and notebooks (pens are not permitted). Admission and tours are free of charge to SPC students.
K-12 School Groups
Explore the elements of art and principles of design; the organizational structure and interpretation of an artwork; artists from various cultures and periods; and create art. All K-12 school tours reinforce Florida State Standards.
Tours are led by museum docents. A minimum of 5 participants and a maximum of 60 is preferred. One chaperone is required for every ten students and all students should wear name tags. There is no cost to tour the museum, however a specially-designed hands-on art activity in an SPC art studio may be added at a cost of $2 per student. Groups are welcome to have lunch on the campus grounds.
Tours last approximately 45 minutes to an hour. For school groups doing an art activity along with the tour, the complete visit is about 90 minutes. If you wish to have lunch on the grounds, plan for at least a two-hour visit.