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    Docent-Led Gallery Tour
    A young woman with dark hair and a yellow sweater talks to a crown of five or six men and women. She is gesturing at a white sign that reads: Cataracts, with an image of a gray fighter plane on it. There is a white table under the sign with a black touchscreen and a large plastic artifact case. They all stand in a gray museum gallery with gray walls.2:00pm, Wednesday - Sunday

    Join a museum staff member or volunteer for a free guided walking tour of the museum galleries, focusing on anatomy, history, and new innovations. 

    In-Gallery Craft Project
    ojos-de-dios-colgados-cielo.jpegMake Your Own Ojo de Dios, Wednesday - Sunday

    Make a traditional Latin American yarn craft to take home or leave on our gallery tree for display. Ojos de Dios (God's Eyes) are also featured in the new special exhibition, Decoding the Eye: Signs & Symbols.

    Speaker Suggestions

    We’re interested in hearing from local historians, medical professionals, scientists, innovators, start-ups and artists who are interested in presenting at our evening talks. Email your suggestion to

    Facilitators, Artists and Educators 

    A man watches a woman use a virtual reality headset. She is a Black woman with short hair and a purple shirt, and she wears a gray plastic virtual reality headset over her eyes. He is a white man with blonde hair and eyeglass, and he turned towards her, smiling. She is gesturing with her hands like she is trying to grab something.We host hands-on activities, workshops and demonstrations that relate to the Museum of the Eye®’s themes in our Education Center, which seats up to 30. If you have designed an activity that you would like us to consider, send your resumé, examples of your work, and why you’d like to work with us to

    Book-Related Events

    Do you have a book to launch or publicize that relates to the Museum of the Eye’s themes? Contact Please note that at this time, we do not have a retail space or means to sell books.