Please note that all visitors age 12 and up must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination at entry. Face masks required for all visitors above age 5. Advance timed admission ticketing strongly recommended. Clark members welcome without advance reservations. See for details.
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Adult Group Visits

The Clark looks forward to working with your group! Please contact the Education Department with questions or to make a reservation; email or call us at 413 458 0563.

We offer the following options for adult group visits:

  • Self-guided — Members of your group explore the Clark's collections, exhibitions, and grounds on their own, a variety of materials are available on-site to enhance the experience including a multimedia guide that can be rented for $5 for non-members, and $3 for members. 
  • Educator-led talk — Groups can arrange for a guided experience through the permanent collection or one of the Clark's special exhibitions. Guided talks are $50 per group of 20 people in addition to admission. Group limits will be strictly enforced to ensure visitor and staff safety. Reservations for this experience should be made four weeks in advance. 
  • Digital talks — for groups that cannot make it to The Clark in person, customized digital talks are available. Popular topics include All about The Clark, A Focus on Impressionism, and American Art. This digital format allows for a “deep dive” experience, including close-up looks at details, preparatory drawings and other related works. Digital talks are $50 per guide and require four weeks' notice. 

Due to on-going renovations, admission will be reduced to $10 per person from October 12 to November 12.

After November 1, all visitors twelve and older will be required to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 before visiting the Clark.

  • Please send a signed letter to Lily McGartland in advance of your scheduled visit affirming that all members of your group are vaccinated against COVID-19.

Private dining facilities are available for groups booking lunches through the Clark’s catering group, Constellation Catering. Groups bringing their own lunches are welcome to use picnic tables found seasonally in multiple locations on the Clark’s campus, but there are no reserved seating arrangements.

Check our exhibitions page for special exhibitions your group may enjoy and be sure to leave additional time to visit the Museum Store. You may also want to allow time to hike on our well-maintained nature trails.