See Ongoing Tours and activities on our Students page for a list of curriculum-based tour programs. Tours for student groups from public elementary, middle, and high schools are free, thanks to the support of the Creel-Harison Foundation. Tours for student groups from private schools, home schools, or colleges are $2 per student. Chaperones and tour coordinators receive free admission. Art activities booked in conjunction with school tours cost $2 per student for all schools.
To book a group tour at the museum, please call 706-828-3867.
Please note that tours must be booked at least two weeks in advance and that you may be asked to select an alternate date and/or time should your first selection be unavailable.
The Morris Museum of Art staff and volunteers are dedicated to increasing the enjoyment of all of our visitors. Please feel free to ask for assistance from anyone wearing a Morris Museum name badge.
Personal care attendants or companions assisting visitors with disabilities are admitted without charge. Service animals are welcome throughout the museum.
Arranging Special Tours
Group reservations and guided tours are available for special-needs audiences, including audio-described gallery tours for visitors with visual impairments, through the museum’s education department. To schedule a tour designed specifically for visitors with disabilities. Call 706-828-3867. Two weeks advance notice is required.
Getting Around The Morris
Designated parking spaces for visitors with handicapped parking ID are provided in the main lot on the west side of the Riverfront Center. These spaces are identified by the international symbol of access. Visitors may also be dropped off and picked up at the east entrance of the Riverfront Center, located on Tenth Street.
Visitors are encouraged to enter the Augusta Riverfront Center through one of the two ground-level entrances. The museum galleries, located on the second floor, and the library, located on the third floor, can be reached by the elevators in the center of the building.
The Morris Museum provides barrier-free access for visitors using wheelchairs or walkers.
Visitor guides, which include a gallery floor plan, are available at the information desk. Guides are available in large print.
Manual wheelchairs are available to visitors on a first-come, first-served basis, without fee or reservation. These wheelchairs are for use inside the museum only.