Sat, Jun 17|
Free Museum Tour for Children
The Field Tour Program is designed for children of all ages to have a journey through the rich and diverse cultures of Asia. The program runs Sat from 2 to 3pm, and it is free for children .
Time & Location
Jun 17, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Chicago, 3500 S Morgan St, Chicago, IL 60609, USA
About the event
We are excited to offer a special tour designed just for children.
On this tour, Children will embark on a journey through the rich and diverse cultures of Asia. Our expert guides will take them on a fun and educational exploration of our exhibits, including vibrant pottery, intricate sculptures, and fascinating artifacts from different regions of Asia.
Children will learn about the art and traditions of China, Japan, Indian and other countries and discover how these different cultures have influenced each other over time. They will get to see real artifacts, learn about their history and meaning, and even create their own art inspired by what they have seen.
Our tour guides are specially trained to engage children of all ages and make learning fun and interactive. We use stories, games, and other activities to help children connect with the art and cultures they are learning about.
Not only is this program educational, but it's also a fun way for kids to experience the museum. They'll have the chance to ask questions, interact with exhibits, and engage with other kids who share their curiosity. Come and join us on this special children's tour of the Heritage Museum of Asian Art, and let child's imaginations soar as they discover the wonders of Asian art and culture. We hope that the Field Tour Program will inspire a lifelong love of learning and exploration in the kids who participate.
This tour starts at the reception desk of the Museum.
The Heritage Museum of Asian Art's Entrance is on West 35th Street. Take the elevator to the third floor and turn right to the Museum Reception Desk. Accessible and standard toilets are located on the same floor.
Free parking space is available next to the museum, accessed via West 35th Street.