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Public Tours

The Nasher Museum conducts drop-in tours for the public on most Thursday evenings at 6 PM and most Sundays at 2 PM. Capacity is limited.

Tour the Galleries with Your Group

Organized groups may schedule a guided tour of current exhibitions during regular museum hours. Tours are led by Nasher gallery guides and last approximately 60 minutes. Groups of up to 30 people are welcome and will be divided into smaller groups of 15 people or fewer for the tour.

Guided tours are $5 per person. We recommend scheduling your visit 4-6 weeks in advance.

To select a tour date and time, please email

Photo Policy

Can I take pictures or video of the artworks I see?

Yes! Please feel free to record your visit or take pictures, without flash and for personal, non-commercial use only. Share with us on Instagram @NasherMuseum!

There may be occasional restrictions on photography in special exhibitions. Please check signs or ask a staff member for assistance.

To keep our visitors and collections safe, the Nasher Museum prohibits the use of tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, and drones in our museum and sculpture garden.

We appreciate your consideration of other Nasher Museum visitors by taking photographs/videos in an unobtrusive manner.

Visit our online collection to find and save images of some of the works of art you may have seen during your visit. A portion of the collection is also on Google Arts & Culture, zoom in close to view important works in our collection.

If you have any questions about our photography policy or the reproduction of your images, please contact the Visual Resources Manager at

If you would like to request permission to take photo shoots, press or commercial photographs or videography sessions in the museum, please contact Wendy Hower, Director of Engagement and Marketing at

The Nasher Museum may photograph visitors and program participants on occasion for Duke-related promotional purposes. By entering the Nasher Museum, visitors are granting their permission to be included in such photographs.

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