School Tours

Due to health and safety concerns School Tours are currently postponed until furthter notice to comply with CDC and WHO standards. 

We are currently working to provide additional online content for at home use. As a way to provide continued access to the many art resources in our West Texas region - four arts organizations have teamed up to provide daily online arts-centric programming for all ages.  This Joint Online Learning Initiative (JOLI) is an effort of The Grace Museum, The Center for Contemporary Arts, National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature, Old Jail Art Center, and San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.  Together we provide extensive and varied collections and programs that are sure to engage all ages!

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Tours and classroom visits are

FREE for students, teachers and chaperones.

Tours and classroom visits at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts are TEKS aligned.

We offer tours and in classroom programs for all grade levels.

To  schedule a program please download, print, and fill out the School Tour Request Form below. Then mail, email, or fax the form to the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.


Forms can be emailed to

You will be contacted within 48 hours to arrange tour details.


Museum Tours

For Groups of 75 students or less we offer tours that can include the following:

     • Gallery Tour at SAMFA (45 minutes)

     • Art Project at SAMFA (45 minutes)

     • Introduction to Fort Concho National Historic Landmark and Museum (45 minutes)

NOTE: Students are split into groups of 25 or less and rotate between sessions.

Field trips can last up to 4 hours and may include lunch.

For Groups exceeding 75 Students: Due to the limited space in our galleries and the fragile nature of the artwork, we cannot provide a safe nor meaningful experience groups larger than 75. Groups exceeding 100 students, or groups with limited time constraints are welcome to enjoy a self-guided outdoor tour of the Art Museum and the surrounding Cultural District.

For information about our Outreach Program click here.

Questions? Please call Education at 325-653-3333 or