Field Trips & Transportation
General admission to the Denver Art Museum is FREE for all youth ages 18 and under every day, including school field trips and other youth group visits. Additionally, transportation funding assistance may be available for designated Title I schools.
About Field Trips
Ignite your students’ curiosity and enhance your classroom curriculum. School tours explore human creativity from the Stone Age to the present, engaging students in hands-on activities and lively thought-provoking conversations. All tours address Colorado Academic Standards and 21st Century Skills.
Advance Reservations are Required for School & Summer Groups
Start the reservation process by submitting the appropriate form:
- School Tour Reservation Requests for the 2017-18 school year will become available on August 1, 2017 (complete at least 3 weeks prior to your anticipated visit)
- Scholarship Transportation Application
For more information or to make a reservation, call 720-913-0088 (Monday–Friday, 9 am–5 pm) or email email@example.com.
Early Childhood Field Trips
Storytelling, artmaking, movement, and tactile activities inspire pre-K students (ages 3–5) to experience art in a new way.Learn More
Elementary School Field Trips
Students in grades K–5 can spark creative thinking by exploring art across cultures and time. Tours include participatory games, hands-on activities, close looking, and collaboration.Learn More
Middle & High School Field Trips
Through interactive, multi-sensory tours, students in grades 6–12 will be transported to another time and place as they explore creative ideas seen in the DAM's global art collection.Learn More
Special Exhibition Field Trips
Explore contemporary topics of place, home, and identity with your students in this exhibition of works by Latino artists.More
Students will have opportunities to think about stories told through portrait and landscape photographs by Fazal Sheikh, and to think about themselves in relation to these stories.More
Inspire your students with these remarkable works created by women in Paris from 1850-1900.More
Engage your students with a deep dive into the influence of the Silk Road and explore how trade routes inspired art over time and across the Asian continent.More
Students will investigate Degas’ transformation from a portraitist and painter of historical subjects to one interested in the contemporary life of late-nineteenth-century Paris.More