New York City
The Frick Collection – Limited to groups of 4
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
*NEW Spring 2019 Tour* The Costume Institute presents Camp: Notes on Fashion
The Art of Seduction: Women, Scandal, and Portraits in the 18th-20th Centuries
Art, Culture and Everyday Life of Ancient Egypt
New Galleries for the Art of the Arab Lands, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, and Later South Asia
Myth, Heroes and the Daily Life of Ancient Greece
The Glory of the Ancient Roman Empire: Gods, Emperors and Mere Mortals
18th Century Period Rooms and Decorative Arts of France
The Radicals of 19th Century: Impressionist Art
Cubism and Beyond: 20th Century Art
American Art Wing
An Object Tells a Story: A Metropolitan Highlights Tour
International Center of Photography
Whitney Museum of American Art
Cooper Hewitt Design Museum
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - Limited to groups of 5
Museum of Arts and Design - Limited to groups of 5
The Bard Graduate Center
Morgan Library & Museum
New York Historical Society
The Jewish Museum
National Museum of the American Indian
We provide private tours that feature leading galleries in these areas of New York City:
Upper East Side
Lower East Side
To learn more about galleries in New York City, or to embark on your own tour, download our Discover Galleries app.
Kids & Family Tours
ArtMuse creates custom private tours and series based around your schedule, your child’s interests, and even their friends’ interests. Whether you are interested in a one-time excursion play date or a series of learning experiences over time, ArtMuse will accommodate your needs while guiding your kids through looking, searching, imagining, and communicating about the art around them.
Meet the ARTMUSE NYC Team
Nadja Hansen has an M.A. in Museum and Gallery Education from the University of London and an M.A. in Art History from the University of Chicago. She has led school programs and adult gallery talks in London and New York, including at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Wallace Collection and the Courtauld Gallery, and for the New York Historical Society. She currently lectures at The Metropolitan Museum of Art – Cloisters.
Hansen has published articles on travel and art. Her great passion is inspiring people, young and old, to look at art in new ways and through renewed prisms and sharing her joy of it with those she teaches. She has a highly dynamic and energetic teaching style and makes interaction a focus of her work.
Heather Cotter is a professional art educator with an M.A. in Art History from Boston University and an M.Ed. in Art Education from Harvard University. She has worked in numerous prestigious art museums including the Museum of Modern Art (New York), The Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), The National Gallery (Washington, D.C.) and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Her multi-layered teaching approach encourages students to consider art as a visual representation, an emotional expression and an intellectual investigation.