Tickets for self-guided groups include admission to all current exhibitions.
- Students Pre-K–12th grade: Free admission
- Required number of chaperones: Free admission
- Additional Adults/Chaperones: $12 each with groups of 10 or more
School Group Guidelines
Reservations are required for groups of 10 or more.
- 50* students maximum
- 2 chaperones per 15 students for Pre-K-2
- 1 chaperone per 10 students for 3-12
*Numbers may change based on current health and safety protocols. Groups of more than 50 students will need to consider two separate visits. No exceptions.
All student groups must be accompanied on their tour. The teacher must be one of the chaperones. If your group does not have the necessary number of chaperones, students may not be allowed to continue the tour.
- 2 chaperones per 15 students required for grades K-2
- 1 chaperone per 10 students required for grades 3-12
One form of payment is required for each scheduled tour and no refunds are given. The Frist Art Museum accepts checks made payable to Frist Art Museum and all major credit cards. Submit the form to the scheduling coordinator at least three weeks before the earliest requested date. Please allow one week for confirmation. Once your request is processed, you will receive confirmation of your visit, including pre-visit information.
Interested in an online virtual tour instead? Click here to learn more.
Tours through September 17, 2023
Exhibitions on view during this timeframe include:
- Matthew Ritchie: A Garden in the Flood (November 11, 2022–March 5, 2023)
- Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric (February 3–April 23, 2023)
- Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature (April 7–September 17, 2023)
- Storied Strings: The Guitar in American Art (May 26–August 13, 2023)
- Architecture Tour
Once your request is processed, you will receive confirmation of your visit with information about check-in procedures for tickets, directions for parking, and tour guidelines.
Free youth admission supporter
Educator and School Programs are supported in part by the Metro Nashville Arts Commission, the Tennessee Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts.