The Walters Art Museum


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Walk, Wonder & Create Tours

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Free, pre-registration required 
Third Saturdays, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. (choose one)
Recommended for ages 6-8.  One guardian per two children required.
Graduated from our pre-k program?  Join the big kids and their adults for our popular Walk, Wonder, and Create family tours! For ages 6 and up, this 45-minute experience allows families to enjoy an interactive tour of the Walters’ collection and create artwork that relates to the theme of the tour.
Miss the tour? Grab an expert! Our educators are standing by to take you to their favorite object.


NEW! Gallery Drawing Family Workshops

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Members: $20 per child; Non-members: $30 per child, pre registration required

Join us for a brand new family drawing workshop! Young artists are invited to strengthen their observational drawing skills and build their portfolios while exploring works of art in the Walters’ collection. Understand the principles and basic language of shape as we learn to simplify visual complexity.

Upcoming Gallery Drawing Family Workshops


Upcoming Walk, Wonder, and Create Tours


Walk, Wonder, and Create Family Tours: Search for Treasure (Morning Session)

Saturday, August 16, 2014
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Our galleries are marked with ‘X’s this month as we search for museum treasures! From precious metals and rare jewels to works of art, the Walters is a trove of unique gems. Our prize-seeking crew hopes you will join the hunt. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.

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Walk, Wonder, and Create Family Tours: Search for Treasure (Afternoon Session)

Saturday, August 16, 2014
01:00 PM – 02:00 PM

Our galleries are marked with ‘X’s this month as we search for museum treasures! From precious metals and rare jewels to works of art, the Walters is a trove of unique gems. Our prize-seeking crew hopes you will join the hunt. For children ages 6–8 and their favorite adults.

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