Designed for children ages fifteen months through three years and their caregivers, Toddler Thursdays engage children’s creativity. Explore a new theme each month, with related artworks, art projects, and self-guided tours.
All tours are free with Museum admission, and no reservations are required.
Join us for programming designed to serve small homeschool co-op groups and individual homeschool families! Homeschool Days are held four times during the school year.
With more than eighteen thousand works of art in our collection, there’s something new to discover every time you visit the High! We invite you to join fellow members for a guided tour and get better acquainted with your museum. Designed for new members with children or grandchildren—or any members looking to get a fresh perspective—this family-friendly tour will help you navigate the galleries and make the most of every visit.
Designed for children ages fifteen months through three years and their caregivers, Toddler Saturdays engage children’s creativity. Explore a new theme each month, with related artworks, art projects, and tours.
Experiment, explore, and create at Teen Art Afternoon! Join the Teen Team for art making, tours, and more. Free for teens!
With more than eighteen thousand works of art in our collection, there’s something new to love every time you visit the High. Explore the High as a family on this interactive, docent-led adventure through the galleries. Designed for members and their families, this tour will give you the chance to discover new works or find your favorite artist!
Join museum educators in looking closely at artworks in the Museum’s collection: one work, thirty minutes, deep conversations, and discoveries. All curious and eager learners are welcome!
In celebration of Atlanta Design Week, join other design enthusiasts for a docent-led tour of Stephen Burks: Shelter in Place.
Celebrate Atlanta pride with the High’s Young Professionals! Join us for a happy hour and tour of the High’s collection with a focus on artists in the LGBTQIA+ community. Led by Michael Rooks, Wieland Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, we’ll discuss new perspectives on some of your favorite pieces.