The PMA Store is open during regular museum hours.
Monday through Thursday, Saturdays, and Sundays: 10am - 5pm
Fridays: 10am - 9pm
Third Thursdays: 10am - 9pm
The PMA offers educational resources for people of all ages, with everything from school tours to adult tours to cell-phone tours, along with printable guides, lectures, talks, and more. Find out here how you can expand your horizons.
Developing and maintaining an active system of educational programs is a major point of emphasis within the PMA’s mission statement. To that end, the PMA is proud to open its doors to free school tours. With a wide variety of interactive programs for age groups K-12, PMA School Tours blend conversations and inquiry with sketching and writing activities to develop critical thinking and art appreciation. Led by docent educators, the tours are programmed to connect with classroom curriculum and are aligned with the Maine Learning Results. Free School Tours are made possible by the Margaret E. Burnham Charitable Trust.
The Cannon Rock Sessions is a biennial residency program that invites two specialists of different disciplines to come together for a week of discussion on a specific topic. The selected topic is inspired by Winslow Homer’s art, his studio at Prouts Neck, and the role of the Maine landscape in American art, history and identity. The Cannon Rock “visiting minds” spend five days participating in organized discussions and expeditions with community groups around the selected topic, culminating in a public program at the end of the week.
Please call (207) 775-6148 to schedule an group visit to the PMA. Advance reservations are encouraged. Guided tours are available if the museum is notified at least three weeks in advance.
Group Tours cost $25 per group, plus admission of $10 per person (regular admission is $12), for a group of 10 or more. The group rate does not include special exhibition fees.
Free parking for buses is available on West Commercial Street.