How to Schedule an Adult Tour: In-Person or Virtual

Adults:

How to Schedule an Adult Tour: In-Person or Virtual 

Reservations are necessary for all guided tours, whether in-person or virtual. Please make reservations as early as possible to ensure that your desired date is available and to allow us to schedule our guides. We accept reservations up to six months in advance and do not accept reservations for guided tours less than 4 weeks in advance.

 

In-Person, Guided tours for 5 or fewer people are available Monday through Friday 9:00 AM through 5:00 PM. In-person, guided tours are available on Saturday or Sunday, 9:00 AM through 5:00 PM, and are subject to staff availability. At this time, the maximum of 5 people for a guided tour is firm. 

The tour fee for in-person, guided tours is $12 per person. In-person, guided tour fees can be paid in advance or upon arrival with cash, credit card, or check made out to Bruce Museum, Inc. 

Virtual, Guided tours are also available for groups of 5-25 people, Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM through 5:00 PM. Virtual, guided tours are available on Saturday or Sunday, 9:00 AM through 5:00 PM, and are subject to staff availability. 

The tour fee for virtual, guided tours is a $100 flat fee. This fee can be paid in advance or upon the conclusion of your tour with cash, credit card, or check made out to Bruce Museum, Inc. 

Cancellation Policy: Any guided tour fees paid in advance will be fully refunded if the tour is canceled at least 24 hours in advance. 

To avoid delays at the admissions desk, all fees must be made as a single payment. Admissions is unable to process more than one payment per group. Discounts, special offers, and Museum memberships do not apply to group tour fees.

Masks are required for all adults (except those with breathing difficulties) to enter the Museum and for the duration of your visit. Masks with an exhalation vent are prohibited. All guests must bring their own masks; the Museum cannot provide masks for visitors. 

             

The Museum has no eating facilities. A list of local restaurants is available upon request. Groups may also picnic on the Museum grounds or in nearby Bruce Park.

Accessibility: The Museum is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). All exhibitions are on the first floor of the building, restrooms are wheelchair accessible, and a wheelchair ramp is located on the left side of the main entrance. Two wheelchairs are available upon request.             

To make a reservation or to request more information about an exhibition, please contact Kathleen Holko, at KHolko@brucemuseum.org