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Virtual Tours

Virtual group tours are available year‑round. Reservations are required. We ask that you give us at least two weeks’ notice prior to when you would like your tour.

Tour Length and Language

Group tours run for about 45 minutes. Tour length and content can be adjusted to fit your group’s needs. Private group tours are available in English, but you may inquire about reserving a bilingual or ASL guide when booking a private group tour.

Tour Fees & Cancellation Policy

$50 for a 45-minute virtual tour for up to 25 people + $30 processing fee.

We can only accept credit card payments at this time.

Once processed this fee cannot be refunded. However, we can always reschedule your tour for another time.

How it Works

Virtual tours are conducted via Zoom. You will need a strong internet connection and a computer with a microphone and speakers to attend these tours. The Museum collection will be shared with you on Zoom using images and 360 renderings of the galleries. You may interact with your tour guide by asking questions or typing comments in the Zoom chat.

One week prior to your tour we will schedule a test call to ensure that you are set up and ready for your virtual tour.

Tour Topics

Choose from the topics below or send us a topic of your choosing:

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On this conversational tour, explore African American artists’ outstanding contributions toward artistic, political, and social change across different centuries.

 

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Compare and contrast traditional arts of Japan, China, Korea, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Tibet. See how religious and secular traditions have intertwined and how contemporary artists are responding to ancient aesthetics and pushing art in new directions.

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Take an in-depth look into this all-new installation of the Newark Museum’s renowned African Art collection including powerful historical objects as well as compelling recent artworks.

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Discover the role of glass art, sculpture, funerary art, and ceramics in homes and temples across the greater Mediterranean over thousands of years.

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Explore two full floors of the brick-and-limestone mansion, a National Historic Landmark. Eight lavishly restored period rooms illuminate the ideal home life of a well-to-do Gilded Age family in 1891.

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Get to know The Newark Museum of Art on a “sampler” tour featuring museum highlights from its wide-ranging collections, explore the historic Ballantine House and the consecrated Tibetan altar.

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This interactive sky tour gives an appreciation for the beauty of the night sky. Identify stars and planets while navigating your way through seasonal constellations.

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Travel through American art, discussing selected highlights from more than 300 remarkable works of painting, photography, sculpture, textiles, and decorative art.

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The Newark Museum holds the most distinctive collection of Tibetan art in the Western Hemisphere. Paintings, sculptures, ritual objects, fine textiles, and decorative arts are featured in an array of galleries including the Tibetan Buddhist Altar, consecrated in 1990 by His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama.

For more information, email Rey Arvelo at rarvelo@newarkmuseumart.org or call 973-715-4025 or 973-596-6690.