Curated Experiences provide opportunities to engage employees or clients through art-centric experiences at the Museum.

Exclusively available to MFA Corporate Members, these experiences can be used for employee on-boarding, office retreats, or unique client events. The Museum’s internationally renowned collection and industry experts offer a one-of-a-kind setting to inspire innovative thinking, encourage team-building, and foster meaningful relationships.

Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis and the MFA requires a minimum of eight weeks advance notice to schedule the appropriate instructor for workshops and four weeks notice for tours of the collection. Curated Experiences must be paid in full at least two weeks before your event date.

Customized and Thematic Private Tours

$1,000 for up to 25 guests
Available during Museum hours (Sat–Tue 10 am–5 pm; Wed–Fri 10 am–10 pm)
1 hour to 1.5 hours
8 weeks notice required

Experience the MFA as never before and gain new perspectives with tours dedicated to unique themes across the collection. The Museum’s internationally acclaimed curators are available for tours to companies who give an annual gift of $20,000 or more. Tours are customizable to meet your goals, and could include:

  • Tours that explore intersectionality through the lens of artists’ lives
  • LGBTQIA+ tours that celebrate untold stories from ancient to modern
  • Explore the art, power, and politics of the Broadway musical Hamilton
  • or another theme of your choice

Request a Custom Private Tour

Private Tours of Special Exhibitions and the Collection

$500 for up to 25 guests
Available during Museum hours (Sat–Tue 10 am–5 pm; Wed–Fri 10 am–10 pm)
1 hour to 1.5 hours
4 weeks notice required

Inspire employees and engage clients through private tours of the MFA’s world-renowned collection and special exhibitions. Take a tour of Museum-wide highlights, focus on a specific area of the collection from Art of the Ancient World to Contemporary Art, or experience a special exhibition in an intimate group. Opportunities include:

  • Special Exhibitions—see dates of current and upcoming exhibitions
  • Highlights of the MFA Explore the Museum’s extensive collection from Egyptian mummies to Monet’s Water Lilies
  • Highlights of the Art of the Americas Learn more about American art and history through works such as Paul Revere’s Liberty Bowl, John Singer Sargent portraits, and more

Request a Private Tour

Adult Art-Making Workshops

$1,000 for up to 30 guests
Available on Thursdays 4–9 pm
2.5 hours
8 weeks notice required

Create your own masterpiece—no experience required! The MFA offers studio art workshops taught by experienced educators and professional artists in a unique setting. Access to a world-class collection of art provides inspiration for studio exploration. Each workshop includes a visit to find inspiration in the galleries as well as a hands-on art-making activity (materials provided by the MFA).

Request an Adult Art-Making Workshop

Family Art-Making Workshops

$1,000 for up to 60 guests, adults and children of any age
Available on Saturdays and Sundays 10 am–3 pm
Up to 3 hours
8 weeks notice required

Bring the kids for a family-friendly art-making experience and connect with the art and cultures of Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas through the MFA collections. Workshops are themed based on your preference and are taught by experienced educators (materials provided by the MFA).

Request a Family Art-Making Workshop

Scavenger Hunt

Included with Corporate Membership benefits, self-guided
Available during Museum hours (Sat–Tue 10 am–5 pm; Wed–Fri 10 am–10 pm)
1.5 hours
1 week notice required

Treat your employees to a self-guided exploration of the MFA’s collection with engaging clues and fun activities. The hunt is designed as a team-building exercise and can be customized for groups of all sizes. We recommend at least an hour to explore the Museum and an additional half hour to regroup and check answers.

For Scavenger Hunt materials, please contact the Corporate Relations department at