Following L.A. County guidelines for COVID-19, the Hammer Museum is temporarily closed. More information.

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During the coronavirus pandemic, all of the Hammer's free tours and talks are held online.

Lunchtime Art Talks

These 30-minute discussions for the public focus on one artwork or artist. Held online and led by curatorial staff. Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m.

Check our calendar to find upcoming talks and to RSVP.

Online Tours

Groups of 10 or more can request free, guided online tours focused on selections from the Hammer's exhibitions or collections.

Online tours are led by student educators, UCLA students from diverse disciplines who bring unique perspectives to the artworks. Tours encourage audiences to look closely, think critically, and share insights, while building knowledge. Spanish-speaking educators may be available upon request.

Learn about our tour options and book tours:

Book College and Adult Group Tours

Book K–12 Tours

Note: The request form is best viewed on a computer, or an iPad or iPhone. Android users may have issues with the form.

A member of the Academic Programs team will follow up with you via email once your request has been submitted. Tour requests are subject to availability.

Questions? Please email [email protected].

Prepare for Your Tour

Looking for resources to prepare you and your group for a tour? Explore the following areas of our website for helpful tips and tools:

K–12 Tours
Tips and Activities for Families
Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Alzheimer's Association Tours

Hammer educators lead bi-monthly online tours about art for members of the California Southland Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.

Email [email protected] to inquire about the program.

Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts

K–12 school and college groups can request a visit to the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, which comprises more than 45,000 prints, drawings, photographs, and artists’ books dating from the Renaissance to the present. The Grunwald Center Study Room is currently closed. For further information, please call (310) 443-7076.