Come experience the Frist Center on a guided or self-guided tour

Explore the exhibitions and gain a greater understanding of the art. The Frist Center offers special pricing for guided and self-guided tour groups who come to see our exhibitions - for visitors of all ages and groups of various sizes!

To be considered a group for general Frist Center admission, a minimum of 10 participants are required when you make a reservation.

Adult Groups $8.00 (per person)
Student Groups: FREE (18 and younger)

All tours need to be scheduled at least three weeks in advance. A credit card is also needed to secure all bookings with the exception of school groups.

For more information and to schedule your group for a tour, please select
Student Tours or Adult Tours.

Visitors may join an informal guided tour without a reservation Monday thru Friday at 1:30 p.m. as available and on some weekends. Visitors must have purchased gallery admission prior to the tour. All tours will originate in the Grand Lobby by the Group Tour sign. Our Visitor Services staff can advise visitors as to the availability of tours each day or call 615.744.3247 for advanced schedule information.

The Frist Center also offers a monthly Architecture Tour for those interested in learning more about our landmark building–the former Downtown Nashville post office and a prominent Nashville architectural treasure from the Art Deco period. An audio tour about the architecture of the Frist Center is also available online.

For our visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing
On the first Saturday of each month, certified American Sign Language interpreters will be available for both the 1:30 p.m. Docent Walk-up Tour and the 4:30 p.m. Architecture Tour beginning Saturday, September 6. No advance reservation for either tour is required. ASL interpretation is generously supported by Bridges, a Nashville-area nonprofit resource for deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing communities. Learn more about accessibility at the Frist. 

To make your visit more enjoyable, please check our
Frequently Asked Questions section.

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