Virtual Public Tours

Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 2 - 3 pm

During uncertain times, making connections is more important than ever. Let the Bowers continue Bringing the World to You.

Highly trained docents will lead you on a virtual tour through our galleries to explore the connections between cultures around the globe.

Registration is now open for virtual public tours, geared for all ages. Use the drop down menu below to explore tour options or checkout the Program Calendar for upcoming dates and reserve your virtual spot today!

$5 Members, $10 General. Ticketholders will receive a private link to view the online presentation prior to the tour.

Virtual Private Group Tours

Have fun and experience something new with loved ones, near and far. Book a private tour to take online with friends and family, on your chosen date and time.

Use the drop down menu to explore tour options and then contact us at tours@bowers.org or (714) 567-3680 to book your virtual experience today!

Member $5 General $10. Ticketholders will receive a private link to view the online presentation prior to the tour. Discounted pricing available for groups of 50 or more.

Tour Themes for Public and Private Groups

The Art of Spirituality

Finding Your Way in Uncertain Times

This multi-gallery tour includes a guided meditation and presents artifacts from various cultures around the globe who cope with uncertainty by finding inner strength.

Virtual School Tours + Art Instruction

Tuesday - Friday, 9 am-  4 pm

Experience social emotional learning -- across your curriculum -- through the arts. All virtual K-12 school tours are 30 minutes with accompanying art instruction of 60 minutes.

Use the drop down menu below to explore Virtual School Tour options and contact us at tours@bowers.org or (714) 567-3680 to book your tour today!

Cost: $13/student. Limited Grant funding available to Orange County Title I schools.

Tour Themes for School Tours

Communities Around the World (K - 2nd Grade)

Explore multiple galleries to learn how cultures around the world structure their community and create enduring traditions. Through direct observation and a growing understanding of concepts of diversity, the idea of shared community will emerge.

Art Project: Kula Necklace

Docent Ambassador Program

In collaboration with Bowers Museum, the Docent Guild offers free presentations to civic and community groups as well as service organizations and clubs. Docents serve as Museum Ambassadors to inform groups about current and upcoming special exhibitions, permanent gallery collections, and public programming opportunities. To book an event for your group, please contact the Bowers Museum Education Department at education@bowers.org or 714.567.3680.