FREE tours of the Massillon Museum are available for all age levels, from Kindergarten to adults! Donations to help support our Museum, no matter how large or small, are always appreciated.
Questions? Contact Education and Outreach Coordinator April Olsen by phone 330-833-4061 x 104 or by email.
Museum staff and volunteers can provide a general tour of the Museum or focus on specific curriculum requirements or topics of interest for your group. Guided tours are offered throughout the week, during normal hours of operation: Tuesdays – Fridays, 9:30 – 5:00pm. Additional times may be available after hours, on Mondays, or weekends, by special arrangement.
Please allow at least 4 weeks before the date of your proposed tour, and be sure to check our Current Exhibit Schedule and Upcoming Exhibit Schedule to see what will be on display when you’d like to visit. To schedule a tour, contact Education and Outreach Coordinator April Olsen by phone 330-833-4061 x 104 or by email.
If you would like to bring your class or group in for a self guided Museum visit, please be sure to call us in advance to make sure the galleries are not closed for installation and there are no special events. Please check in at the front desk to let us know how many are in your group, and review the tour guidelines.
An exhibition related hands-on activity can be arranged through the Education Department to enhance your tour and visit to the Massillon Museum. Sharpie tie dye, Photobooth pictures, clay Cryptozoology tracks, and Mexican Dia de Los Muertos sugar skulls are just a few of our most popular art projects! We can tailor an art project to meet your curriculum needs, using themes of art, science, history or literature.
The cost for this is $5 per student. The Massillon Museum provides the instructor and supplies for these activities. Payment may be made in cash, check or credit card.
For questions, contact Education and Outreach Coordinator April Olsen by phone 330-833-4061 x 104 or by email.
- No backpacks, headphones, food or drink are permitted in the Museum galleries. A coatroom is available in the lobby to store personal items.
- Please turn mobile phones on silent.
- Photography (no flash) is permitted in certain galleries. Please ask permission from a staff member before taking photographs.
- If you are taking notes, please use pencil while in the galleries.
- One actively engaged adult chaperone (18 and older) is needed for every 10 elementary students. One actively engaged adult chaperone (18 and older) is needed for every 20 junior high and high school students. Activity level and tour schedule may alter the chaperone numbers needed.
- Please do not touch artwork or objects in the Museum exhibits, or lean against walls or Museum cases in the galleries.
- The Massillon Museum is handicap accessible.