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Museum Tours

Our field trips and group tours allow visitors to explore the Powell Museum independently or with a guide.

We look forward to your visit! Please review the following items before your field trip. To request a group tour time, please download a Group Tour Registration Form and fax it to (928) 645-3412. We encourage you to come prepared with questions by researching your topic of study prior to your visit.

Guidelines for field trips and group tours

  • Chaperones are required with student groups. There must be at least one chaperone for every 10 students.
  • The maximum number of visitors per time slot is 50.
  • Student price: $1 (adult chaperones and bus drivers are free)
  • Adult price: $3 (group leaders and bus drivers are free)
  • Reservations must be made at least 2 weeks in advance. Please allow 5 business days to process your request.
  • We require full payment upon arrival. We accept cash, credit cards, and personal checks. Refunds will not be issued.
  • We ask that you help us protect our priceless treasures by not allowing gum, candy, food, or drink in the exhibition halls.
  • Photographs are permitted except for some temporary exhibits.
  • Please be on time. If you will be arriving late, please call the Museum at (928) 645-9496.
  • Cancellations may be made at least 24 hours in advance by calling us or by e-mailing us at reservations@powellmuseum.org.
  • We expect visitors to be respectful to others and the Museum. Students must be accompanied by a chaperone at all times.


“I am not sure that we can climb out of the canyon here, and, when at the top of the wall, I know enough of the country to be certain that it is a desert of rock and sand… I almost conclude to leave the river. But for years I have been contemplating this trip. To leave the exploration unfinished, to say that there is a part of the canyon which I cannot explore, having already almost accomplished it, is more than I am willing to acknowledge, and I determine to go on.”

—John Wesley Powell at Separation Canyon

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