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Reflections Tours

Reflections tours are available virtually and in-person during Fall 2021.

Using the Zoom platform, virtual sessions will be
offered on the following Thursdays and Fridays:
September 16
September 17
October 14
October 15
November 11
November 12
December 9
December 10

Public Reflections in-person tours at the
museum will be on the following Fridays:
September 24
October 22
November 19

In-person tours will begin at 2 PM and last 90 minutes. Seating is provided in the galleries. All Reflections tours are free.

Participants may attend both virtually and in-person. Advanced registration is required for all virtual and in-person sessions. To register, email

To find out more and join our Reflections email list, please email us at

Let's Stay Safe Together

Masks are required for all visitors. All visitors entering the Nasher building agree to abide by The Duke Compact standards.

We strongly encourage all individuals to be fully vaccinated before visiting the Nasher. The museum will adhere to all university, local and state regulations, which are subject to change on short notice depending on public health conditions.

Engaging and Interactive

Tours are one part of the Reflections Program at the Nasher Museum. Reflections tours are for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, or related dementia, and their care partners. Each tour includes a guided exploration and discussion of artwork in the current exhibitions.

Learn more about the Reflections Program.


The Nasher Museum Alzheimer’s Program is made possible by Stefanie and Doug Kahn in honor of their fathers, Donald Schneider and Mike Kahn; the Carlyle Adams Foundation; and the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.

For information about supporting the Reflections Program, please contact Stephanie Wheatley, Director of Development, at

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The Nasher Museum is open to the public with new health and safety protocols and free admission for all, Tuesday through Friday, 10 AM to 5 PM. We strongly encourage all individuals to be fully vaccinated before visiting the Nasher.