Interested in discovering the contemporary art, design, and illustrations of Our Orlando Artists and teens, investigating the history of art in America through our promised gifts, or breaking down the iconic, modern folk art of Earl Cunningham this summer? Look no farther than a docent guided tour at The Mennello.
We are now taking group reservations.
Home school, Private School, Public School, Daycare – our fun and stimulating tours will fit your educational needs. Learn more.
Boy Scouts can earn portions of their Art Merit Badge or Webelo Art Explosion
Girl Scouts can get involved at all age levels with Brownie Painting Badge–Legacy: Artist, Junior Drawing Badge–Legacy: Artist, Cadette Outdoor Art Apprentice, and Senior Outdoor Art Expert. Learn more.
COLLEGE STUDENT TOURS
In state or out, your group is welcome here — Valencia, University of Central Florida, Rollins College. Perfect for classes on subjects in Art, Humanities, Art History and American Art!
Guided tours from an experienced docent and artist in American Sign Language.
EXPRESSIVE TOURS FOR THE BLIND
Guided, personal tours from an experienced docent, ready to describe the richness and vivacity of all art on display.
We endeavor to engage our visitors in participatory learning through the visual arts, empower them to have confidence in active discussions, and inspire their creativity in art making!
Experience captivating American Art with a knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. Docent guided tours are typically one hour long and can conclude with a lovely picnic in our Marilyn L. Mennello Sculpture Garden. Tours and Field trips are tailored to the age of participants. Content can be matched to specific concepts and topics being studied too.
Student Tour – $1
Student Tour with Art Activity – $2
Adult, Teacher, Chaperone – $5
All pricing is per individual. Please call for reservations at least two weeks in advance of desired tour date.
For more information contact:
Marilyn L. Mennello Associate Curator of Education
407.246.4278 ext. 4861
Interested in being a docent? Learn more.