AANM offers high-quality educational and culturally enriching guided tours of our exhibits. Guided tours provide groups with uniquely engaging lessons on Arab American history, art and culture. We aim to tell visitors the diverse stories of Arab Americans and insert them into the larger context of American history. In addition to guided tours, AANM offers a wide array of programming including presentations and cultural competency workshops, film and discussions, lunch, hands-on learning and other cultural and art-based activities. We aim to be as flexible as possible when creating your educational experience, and welcome all individuals interested in a guided tour or any other educational programming.
All AANM educational programs are designed in accordance with the Michigan Department of Education’s K-12 grade level content expectation standards in Social Studies, English & Language Arts and World Languages.
For any questions about guided and group tours, please contact Dave Serio, Educator & Public Programming Specialist, at dserio “at” accesscommunity.org.
In-Person Guided Tours
The Museum is currently closed to the general public and not booking in-person tours. Covid-19 updates
Virtual Offerings for Groups
Although the Museum is currently closed to the public, we are pleased to present several virtual educational and cultural experiences for groups, offering a variety of options and activities. These interactive digital experiences offer a first-class look into our exhibits and the history and culture of the Arab American community.
Virtual tours are available for school groups, organizations, businesses and anyone interested in taking a virtual visit through our galleries.