Dia at the Hispanic Society
School groups, K-12 are welcome to Dia at the Hispanic Society. Groups must not exceed 20 students. One chaperone for every ten students is required. Teachers and chaperones must accompany students at all times and are responsible for the group. Please read our Education Tour Guideline [below].
To plan a tour for your school group, please begin by completing our School Group Tour request form.
Museum admission is free.
Each year Dia at the Hispanic Society partners with public schools in New York City to provide a guided tour of the exhibition followed by a series of in-class workshops with a teaching artist.
If you are interested in participating or have questions, please contact Christine Hou, Education Associate at 212-293-5542 or by email at chou @ diaart.org
Education (K-12) Visiting Guidelines
Dia at the Hispanic Society: Education (K-12) Visiting Guidelines
Dia at the Hispanic Society is open:
Closed Monday. Call 212.989.5566 for further information.
Dia at the Hispanic Society Located on Audubon Terrace, Broadway between 155th and 156th Streets in New York City. By subway take number 1 train to 157th and Broadway.
School groups (k-12) require two-weeks advance notice of their visit. Groups must not exceed 20 students. One chaperone for every ten students is required. Teachers and chaperones must accompany students at all times and are responsible for their students for the entire visit. Special arrangements can be made when possible for larger groups. Tours last approximately one hour.
Museum admission is free.
Cancellations: if you need to cancel your group reservation please call a week (5 days) in advance. Every effort will be made to re-schedule your tour.
Photography or video, of any kind, is not allowed inside the galleries.
To protect the artwork, we ask that students and chaperones leave all large bags and back packs at school or on the bus. Food, drinks (including water bottles) and cell phone use is not permitted inside the galleries. We ask that guests use pencils inside the galleries when taking notes or sketching, which can be provided upon request. Pens, pastels, paint or any wet media of any kind is not permitted. Please ask your students not to touch the artwork. Remind students of appropriate behavior within a museum setting: speaking in a low voice, not running, and always stay with their groups and chaperones.
Outside lecturers may not give tours at the galleries.
For more information about visiting with your group call 212-989-4055 x542 or email at chou @ diaart.org