A group explores an indoor gallery of The Noguchi Museum with large stone sculptures.

General Tours

Gallery talks take place daily at 2 pm, Wednesday through Sunday, and are free with Museum admission. Talks are open to all individual visitors. On Free First Fridays and second Sundays, the Museum also offers the 2 pm gallery talk in Japanese.

The Museum also offers guided interactive tours for groups of all ages and abilities. Tours are led by Museum educators and explore select works in the Museum’s collection and special exhibitions while introducing the life and vision of Isamu Noguchi. In keeping with Noguchi’s interest in the visitor’s personal experience of the Museum, groups will be encouraged to share their observations and interpretations throughout the course of the tour. Tours last approximately one hour and are available in English, Japanese, and Spanish. To schedule a group visit, email education@noguchi.org or call 718.204.7088 ext 203.

Access Tours

The Noguchi Museum is committed to enabling all visitors to experience the art and environment created by Isamu Noguchi. Guided tours and art workshops which are carefully designed to meet the needs of particular communities are available for groups of all ages. Planned together with the visiting group’s coordinator, these programs provide appropriate and accessible entry points into Noguchi’s art work using visual, verbal, and tactile demonstrations and encourage participants to engage in meaningful dialogues within the Museum space. Read about Access programs here.

Service animals are welcome in the Museum. For more information about programs for visitors with special needs or to book a tour, email education@noguchi.org or call 718.204.7088 ext 203.