Adult Groups


Queen Marie GalleryGroup Admission & Discounts

$13 per person for groups of 10 or more (advance reservations required).

Special group-priced Maryhill Brown Bag lunches from Loïe’s: The Museum Café are available to tour groups of 10 or more with advance reservation.

College or university classes with 10 or more students enjoy a group rate of $9 per person. For more information contact education@maryhillmuseum.org or call the education office at 509 773-3733 ext. 107.

Included with Group Admission

  • Short greeting for your group, focused on Maryhill’s fascinating origins (available on request).
  • Free Visitor Guide for each person.
  • Free admission for one (1) tour guide and one (1) bus driver per every 10 paying guests.
  • Free parking and a handicap accessible drop-off area.

Guided Group Tour Add-On

  • Schedule an in-depth guided tour for your group of 10 or more!  Enjoy highlights from Maryhill Museum of Art’s permanent collections with an experienced staff visitor guide. Engage with art and explore diverse personal connections in this private 60-minute experience.
  • NEW! Théâtre de la Mode guided tour. This guided tour for 10 or more focuses specifically on our popular permanent fashion exhibit.

Guided group tours are $9 per person in addition to the group rate of $10 per person ($19 total per person; excludes lunch). Guided group tours are available Wednesday-Sunday during public hours and must be scheduled a minimum of two weeks in advance.


Please call (509) 773-3733 between 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Wednesday – Sunday, or leave a message. You may also email maryhill@maryhillmuseum.org with your questions.

Group tours for those with accessibility challenges are available by request by contacting the visitor services manager either by phone at 509 773-3733 or email maryhill@maryhillmuseum.org



A visit to Maryhill Museum of Art can easily include excursions to nearby attractions, including Stonehenge Memorial, a full-scale replica of England’s famed Stonehenge. Native American pictographs and petroglyphs can be toured at Columbia Hills State Park, with numerous art galleries, museums, wineries, restaurants, and hotels in the vicinity.

Be sure visit the Current Exhibitions and Event Calendar pages to learn what else is happening at the museum.