We welcome groups! Bring your corporate team, conference group, university student group, club, family or friends.
In addition to a self-guided museum visit, you can book an experience for your group of 10+ for additional social interactions, sensory engagement, group learning, and meaningful exploration.
Bring your corporate group to the American Writers Museum for experiences that foster trust and collaboration for team building. Many of our carefully designed experiences explore themes relevant to Learning and Development and DEI initiatives.
Special for corporate groups, this fun and thought-provoking experience gets groups to work in teams to solve a variety of puzzles, wordgames, and creative activities that build trust and collaboration. $30 per person.
- Choose from these themes:
- Women Writers
- Overcoming Adversity
- Embracing Differences
The group will learn about a diversity of writers on a brief tour before convening for a “storytelling circle” about social identity. Two facilitators demonstrate their personal stories and then guide people in using a wide range of theater and storytelling techniques to share personal stories. Perfect for DEI programs, this experience will open your guests up to sharing their stories to explore how and why they define themselves. $50 per person.
Catered Meals with Food for Thought
This woman-owned local business is our culinary partner. They can design menus that thematically integrate with your group experience. $12-$25/ppBook a group experience
K-12 School Groups
For curriculum-based field trips for K-12 school groups and online learning materials, please book a field trip with the education team.K-12 Field Trips
For venue rental and hosting an after hours evening event, please request a quote.Venue Rental
Museum Tour Options for Private Groups
Start at $75 for up to 15 people, excluding the Museum Tour with AWM President. AWM member discount available.
Perfect for first time visitors!
Explore the Museum with President Carey Cranston as your guide. Learn about the founding of the museum, behind-the-scenes details, and how the exhibits were created. Higher rates apply.
Learn about the legacy and enduring impact of Frederick Douglass, as well as other abolitionists who came before Douglass and the impact they had on him, and the writers who were influenced by Douglass and carried his activism forward.
Discover the women of American literature with this tour highlighting the accomplishments and contributions of literary foremothers.
Highlighted immigrant and native writers in each area of the Museum.
The voices of Hispanic writers have always been a part of the American literary landscape: from 1528 Spanish expeditions, to the first Puerto Rican librarian in New York City, to contemporary Chicago poets.
The man behind the myth, from talking ravens to thumping tell-tale hearts. You’ll dive into Poe’s work and see how his legacy continues to impact the world today.
Did you know Emily Dickinson was a lesbian? Well, it’s possible, at least. In this unique tour of the American Writers Museum, you’ll discover how many great works of American writing were created by LGBTQ+ writers, who used their sexuality and gender identity as inspiration for their work. You’ll explore, in turn, how those works, and the works of heterosexual and cisgender writers, became essential pieces of contemporary queer culture.