Explore our Virtual Hub to find online exhibits, pre-recorded tours, author talks, podcasts and more content that you can share with your group.
Looking for a fun activity for your staff, alumni group, club, family, or friends?
Look no further than the American Writers Museum! Featuring interactive exhibits, engaging programming, and more, your group is sure to find something for everyone. Guided or unguided tours are available in a variety of themes to suit every interest.
Experience the American Writers Museum with groups of 10 or more, including adults, student travel groups, and University students, and receive discounted admission and options for guided or unguided tours. Virtual tours can also be arranged.
Groups must book in advance, and the group rate does not apply to walk-in groups. See below for more information (in case of visitors with special needs, please inform us in advance). Please note that no outside food or drinks are allowed in the museum. We partner with Food For Thought to provide exclusive catering at the Museum. Inquire today for more information about breakfast and lunch options for your group.
Group rates are available for programs as well. View our upcoming programs here.
To request a group rate please fill out the form below. Responses can be expected in 1-2 business days.
- 10 person minimum
- A non-refundable 20% deposit is required on booking, and the full balance is due before or on arrival.
- If there are fewer than 10 people in the group on the day of, visitors must pay for 10 people to qualify for the group rate, or pay the full price of admission.
- Please note: your reservation is not confirmed until an AWM team member confirms your date and your deposit is received.
Private Group Tour Options
Start at $75 for up to 25 people
Perfect for first time visitors!
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.
Discover the women of American literature with this tour highlighting the accomplishments and contributions of literary foremothers.
Learn not only about the writer and statesman but who influenced him in life and the famous American writers and activists he worked with.
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.
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.