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TOURS AND ACTIVITIES
Morris Museum of art tour programs are designed to support Georgia and South Carolina curricula. Tours are interdisciplinary and enhance classroom learning in social studies, language arts, and visual arts. Tours are also participatory, engaging students in discussions and small group assignments.

Ongoing Tours
» Art Elements! for Grades Pre-K–1
» The Painter's Eye for Grades 2–4
» African American Art and Artists for Grades 3–12
» Math and Art for Grade 4–6
» Combining Voices Tour for Grades 4–12
» Georgia Studies: Art and Artifacts for Grades 2–5 and 8
» From Cotton to Cloth for Grades 3–12
» A Boy Named Woodrow Wilson for Grades 3–8

Special Exhibition Tours
To find out about our exciting special exhibition tours and activities, email us, or call (706) 828-3867.

Self-Guided Group Tours
School groups of up to 45 students are welcome to schedule visits to the museum and explore the collection under the supervision of teachers, community leaders, homeschool teachers, and chaperones. Groups must also observe guidelines for the number of students and accompanying adults in the museum. To learn more and to make reservations for self-guided group tours, contact the museum at 706-828-3867.
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Robert McGill Mackall, The Brahms Waltz, 1923.


Museum Hours: Tuesday–Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. • Sunday: Noon–5:00 p.m. • Closed Mondays and major holidays
Visit the Morris at 1 Tenth Street • Augusta, Georgia 30901 • p. 706-724-7501 • f. 706-724-7612

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