clyfford still | museum
An educator sits on the floor with a group of children in front of a large abstract oil painting
A teacher talks to children sitting on the ground in an art museum
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Families

Explore a new world and let the art move you and your entire family! The Clyfford Still Museum admission is always free for children ages 17 and under and the Museum offers a variety of family-friendly offerings. All visitors will require a ticket, including those receiving free admission, such as children ages 17 and under. Plan your visit today!

Virtual Family Tours

Play, create, and explore on these interactive art adventures designed for children ages 5-10 and their caregivers. Led by our talented educators, Virtual Family Tours include games, art making, and more.

Family Activity Book

Pick up the free bilingual Family Activity Book at the information desk during your visit to spark your imagination.  The book will help inspire your family to look, create, and explore as you work on the activities together.

Family-Friendly Events

The Clyfford Still Museum offers a variety of other family-friendly events including special tours, concerts, and more!

The Making Space

Adjacent to the Museum’s magnificent galleries, think art and make ideas in The Making Space. The Making Space is currently closed, but please stop by and pick up a free Making Space to Go Kit to make a Still-inspired artwork at home!

This hands-on interactive gallery features a variety of materials, books, and resources to explore your creative side. Follow along with guided activities related to the current exhibition, or experiment with supplies and techniques. Create an artist trading card and swap it with another visitor, explore videos about Still and the collection, or flip through our selection of books. The Making Space has something for families with children of all ages.

Family Day

Enjoy a family-friendly celebration in the Museum’s forecourt and galleries. Family Days are free, and registration is not required. Festivities include art making, games, and family tours.