Three installations of selected works from the permanent collection are on view at Stone Hill Center on our campus. Stone Hill Center is open Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–5 pm. Admission is free.
Please note: Both the museum building and Manton Research Center galleries are closed while they undergo renovation as part of the Clark's campus expansion program.
The Clark welcomes group visits. There are no indoor facilities for group meals, but groups may picnic outdoors in good weather. You may also want to allow time to hike on our well-maintained nature trails.
The Clark welcomes school groups of all ages. Gallery talks can enhance student learning in general by helping students develop skills such as observation, analysis, and reasoning. Clark staff will work with teachers to tailor gallery talks to support particular areas of the school curriculum (art and science or paintings as historical evidence, for example) or classroom projects such as art and creative writing or a focus on the environment or weather. The Clark's goal is to encourage students to look carefully at works of art, to think and talk about them, and to enjoy the process.
Please see our list of popular themes for Gallery Talk topics. School group talks and transportation to and from the Clark are free of charge. Educators wishing to arrange a school group visit should fill out this form.
The Clark welcomes group visits. You may also want to allow time to hike on our well-maintained nature trails.
Admission is free.
To plan a group visit to the Clark, please contact the Education Department at 413 458 0563
or e-mail the Education Department.
For information on arranging a visit for a youth group or school group, click here.
The Clark welcomes youth groups of all ages; docent-led gallery talks are available during the school year. A docent-led gallery talk and admission for children and group chaperones is free at all times. There are many activities possible on the beautiful Clark campus. To learn more or to book a visit, please contact the Education Department at 413 458 0563, or e-mail the department.