All University Museums programs and events are free and open to the public unless noted. Programs and events are subject to change. Some events require registration. Some events have optional registration to receive updates and emails. Other events have no registration.
Hosted by the University Museums’ interns, celebrate the holiday season at the Farm House Museum. Take part in free Victorian yuletide themed activities and crafts while you enjoy holiday treats.Read More on Yuletide Open House
Victorian yuletide themed crafts and holiday treats will be provided. Tours of the historic home in full period decoration will also be offered throughout the afternoon as well as the chance to meet and take a picture with Santa. Hosted by University Museums and the Ames History Museum. Sponsorship provided by Carol Pletcher.Read More on Yuletide Open House with Santa
Sunday Tours are 30 minutes long, are led by University Museums docents or staff, and are free! This Sunday Tour is led by docent Steve Petska.Read More on Sunday Tour
Join Brunnier Art Museum curator Adrienne Gennett for a closing tour of the exhibitions in the Ann Brunnier Decorative Arts Gallery. Learn about Victorian epergnes in dining and industrial design.Read More on Curator's Tour of "Extravagant Dining" and "Industrial Design"
Across various mediums, from print to drawing, paper is an accessible and dynamic material used in the visual arts. Join University Museums for an Art Walk centering around works of art on paper. Led by Caitlin Patton, University Museums Education SpecialistRead More on Art Walk: Works on Paper