Gallery Group Visit


K–12 School Groups


Three Twenty Gallery welcomes school-age learners! We invite you to request a guided visit led by trained Gallery educators and volunteers or a self-guided visit, which allows you to lead your own students through the Gallery. You may also request a virtual school tour where we join your classroom online for a live experience with art.

Appointments are required for all school groups visiting the Gallery. Availability is limited.

To request a guided or self-guided group visit at Three Twenty Gallery or Five Twenty Four Theatré, please email

Print your field trip waiver here.

Masks are recommended, but not required.

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Group Fees

Schools located outside of Las Animas, and tourism professionals or other organizations working with school and youth groups, follow standard ticketing.

Membership benefits and other passes are not valid for group admission.

Title One Schools and Organizations with limited resources may qualify for significantly reduced rates or fee waivers. Please ask for details when you request a reservation.

Non-profit camp and youth organizations are eligible for discounted rates.

Additional information


I'm ready. How do I book a youth group visit?

Appointments are required for all groups visiting the Gallery. To request an appointment email


We have a guided visit scheduled, but we have additional chaperones that want to attend. Is this okay? 

Please notify us as soon as possible at so that we can assess the feasibility of your request. We typically permit only three chaperones per assigned guide and may not be able to accommodate the additional adults. If this is the case, the additional adults are more than welcome to do a self-guided visit and meet up with the group afterward.


Do you have lunchroom facilities? May we eat in the public cafeteria?

Unfortunately the Gallery does not have indoor lunchroom facilities. Bag lunches can be stored while you are in the galleries, but please plan to eat outside or on the bus. We encourage groups to picnic in our courtyard before or after your visit (weather permitting).

Special Needs

My group includes children with special needs. Should I use the online request form?

Yes. The Gallery welcomes children of all abilities. When requesting your youth group visit, please let us know what accommodations we can provide in order to meet your needs. You can also reference a social narrative that prepares children on the autism spectrum for a guided visit.


How do I reschedule or cancel a confirmed youth group appointment?

All requests to change or cancel existing appointments must be made via email to Please include your name, phone number, confirmation number, name of organization, and date and time of your visit. If you need to reschedule or cancel a guided visit, we kindly ask for as much advance notice as possible so that we can assign your guides to another group.


Do you have a place for buses or large vans to park at the Gallery?

Yes. Our courtyard has ample parking space. Additional spaces are located at our north entrance.


If we schedule a guided visit for a specific time, may we arrive earlier and look around on our own? 

Due to the number of groups scheduled throughout the day, we ask that you arrive at your scheduled time. Your group is more than welcome to explore the rest of the Gallery after your scheduled visit.


I have a guided visit scheduled and want to speak with the guides prior to the tour. Is this possible? 

Of course. Our guides will contact you seven to ten days prior to your visit to discuss your tour in more detail. They usually write to the email address you provided when you requested your visit, so be sure to check your email a week or so prior to your visit. 

Summer Visit

Can Las Animas City schools book group visits during the summer?

Yes, Las Animas City school groups are welcome to visit during the summer. All fees are waived for verified summer school programs. Summer enrichment programs and summer camps that operate out of Las Animas city schools are subject to our Camp and Community Group Rates.


How should I prepare for my youth group visit?

We encourage you to familiarize yourself with Three Twenty Gallery before bringing your group. There are a range of resources for you, including:

Lesson Plans
Search for lesson plans with keywords, or sort them by age, subject area, collection area, and theme.

Curriculum Resources:

These comprehensive and fully illustrated guides provide useful background information and ideas for engaging children.

K–12 Educator Workshops
The Gallery offers a variety of programs designed for K–12 educators that explore objects in the Gallery's collections, interdisciplinary curriculum integration, and methods for teaching with objects.

Gallery Map
The Gallery's fully interactive map allows you to learn more about the building's layout and the artworks currently on view.

Curatorial Department:
Read about the Gallery's curatorial department and how they study, exhibit, and care for the objects in the collections.

Please also review Payment, Cancellations, and Group Guidelines before bringing your group to the Gallery.


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