A.R.T.S Tours are available for all schools, educational programs and clubs in the Park City and Salt Lake City areas. We do our best to accommodate requests for visits from schools outside these areas as well and have traveled into Wyoming, Rich County, Santequin and Ogden. If you are interested, simply call us and we will do our best to accommodate your school!
All school tours are free, with the exception of transportation. The Kimball can accommodate up to 60 students per visit. For larger groups, please call for more information. Reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and must be made at least a week in advance, although more notice is suggested in order to accommodate schedules.
Tours are available for scheduling Monday though Friday. Please contact the A.R.T.S. Tour Coordinator to schedule your tour or to get more information at 435.649.8882 x116 or email@example.com. You may also book a tour online as well.
We are here to bring visual art back into your schools and look forward to visiting! It is as simple as a phone call or email away!
The Kimball Art Center is free of admission and encourages teachers to organize chaperones for A.R.T.S. School Tours to the Kimball Art Center. A general rule is that we request one chaperone for every 15 students. For younger age groups (pre – 2) we request one chaperone for every 5 students. Please inquire for more information when booking your tour. Admission is free for all visitors to the Kimball Art Center.
If A.R.T.S. Tours are conducted in school, chaperones are not required, but teachers are required to stay in the classroom and participate in lessons to strengthen visual arts integration in core subjects they are teaching.
Due to lack of space, the Kimball Art Center does not have lunch facilities for students visiting the Kimball Art Center. Please leave any food or drink on busses or vehicles when entering the exhibits. Food and drink is not permitted in the majority of exhibition areas.
Suggested areas for lunch groups are the Transit Center which is located a short walk away on Swede Alley behind Main Street (this is an enclosed and heated space for winter visitors). During warmer months, City Park, which is located on Park Avenue across from the library is a nice place to enjoy Park City’s beautiful weather, sunshine and let students run around or sketch.