Schedule a Tour
Guided tours are available upon request for a fee. This option is great for schools and groups of every age. We offer private tours for both adults and children. Click on the available tours below to fill out a request form. We ask that all tour groups planning to visit the Museum submit a request form so we can best prepare for your arrival.
$3 per person
This tour is designed for groups of 50 or less. The museum tour for your group will last approximately 75 minutes including a ride down the Mazza Slide (for student groups). Cost for this tour is $3 per person. You may also choose to bring sack lunches and eat at our facility.
$3 per person for tour + $2 per person for art activity (Kindergarten through Fifth Grade)
This tour is designed for groups of 36 or less. It includes a museum tour with a trip down the slide. Following the tour, your group will participate in an art activity. The cost of this tour is $3 plus $2 for the art activity. This will take approximately one hour and 45 minutes (75 minutes for tour and 30 minutes for art activity). You may also choose to bring sack lunches and eat at our facility.
$3 per person (Kindergarten through Fifth Grade)
Rotation tours are for groups of 72 or less. The group will be divided into 2 groups. Group A (maximum of 36 students) will have a museum tour with slide (75 minutes). Group B (maximum of 36 students) will participate in the art activity, lunch and restroom break (75 minutes). At the end of this time, Group A and Group B will rotate. The cost of this tour is $3 per person with an optional $2 art activity.
$1 per person
This tour is designed for school groups. Enjoy a private tour and showing in University of Findlay’s Planetarium as part of your visit to UF’s Mazza Museum.
$3 per person with a $25 minimum charge
Our museum admission is free and we encourage you to come during our open hours for a self-guided tour. If you would like to schedule an adult tour it lasts approximately one hour. The tour is typically a lecture style tour of the five galleries by a staff or volunteer docent. It covers such areas as the history of the museum, the artwork in the teaching units, educational programming and museum preservation.