Self-Guided Audio Tours

To enhance your experience at the museum while maintaining social distancing,
recorded information for select exhibits are now on the audio tour guide.

 

The following exhibits will have audio tours available: 

First Floor:

Canvas of Clay: Hopi Pottery Masterworks from The Allan and Judith Cooke Collectionexhibited in the Allan and Judith Cooke Gallery.

The Abe Hays Family Spirit of the West Collection, exhibited in the Abe Hays Family Gallery.

Beaded Gauntlets from the William P. Healey Collection of intricately beaded and embroidered gauntlets from tribes of the Plateau, Great Basin, and parts of the Plains regions, as well as the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. Exhibited in Visible Storage near the Museum Store.

 

Second Floor:

Paul Calle’s Life of Exploration: From the Mountains to the Moonexhibited in the Bruner-Messinger Gallery within the Peterson Family Wing.

Courage and CrossroadsA Visual Journey through the Early American West has Trustee Tim Peterson’s selection of a number of new works to be featured in the Zaplin Lampert Gallery. New Installations


How to Access and Utilize Your Audio Tour

Please use your personal headphones while listening to the Audio Tour.

To access:
Scan a QR Code with your smartphone camera or QR reader app at each exhibit,
alternatively,  dial the phone number displayed at each exhibit. 

Tours can be downloaded and viewed offline on Apple and Android devices with the click of a button!

1. Click Download

2. Wait for Download

3. Enjoy!