The MFA is here to support teachers in an ever-changing educational landscape.
Inspire students, connect to your curriculum, and provide the opportunity to engage with exceptional works of art in person through a visit to the MFA. Guided and self-guided visits are available for PreK–12 audiences.
Bring the MFA into your classroom with expanded K–12 Distance Learning Programs. Reserve an individual classroom videoconference program on a date of your choice, or join free livestreamed programs offered throughout the school year.
The MFA offers workshops and training for educators throughout the year. Learn about upcoming opportunities.
The MFA is here to support teachers in an ever-changing educational landscape with resources to engage students with the Museum's global collection and connect your classroom to the MFA!
Discounted Admission for New England K–12 Teachers
New England K–12 teachers in a school, after school, or community setting can receive one discounted general admission ticket for $15. See Tickets for eligibility details.
A customized introduction to the MFA and its collections for groups of children from early childhood, after school, nontraditional school settings, special needs programs, and summer camps. Participatory and interactive, programs at the MFA last an hour and a half and include a tour and an art-making activity.
Specially designed home school programs for children between the ages of 6-18 years that meet on Friday mornings September through June.
MFA School Programs are supported by the Smith Family Thinking Through Art Program Fund; the Germeshausen Foundation Fund for Youth and Family Learning; the Edwin S. Webster Foundation Fund for School Programs; the Bernard J. Rothwell School Bus Fund; the School Programs for Lawrence Public Schools Fund; the Gallery Instructors and Gallery Instructor Associates Fund for the Partnership with the Boston Public Schools; the Ulf B. and Elizabeth C. Heide Education Fund; the Mabel Louise Riley Fund for School Programs; the Gloria and Irving Fox Fund for Education; the Education of Children in the Museum Fund; the Patricia and Robert Lawrence Fund for Education; the Dorothy Wagenknecht Fund; the Morton P. Prince Fund; and the Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation Fund.