Collage Night at the Berman. Families from the community work on collages at tables in the Main G...

Families & Community

The Berman Museum firmly believes that art is for everyone regardless of age, education, or ability. The museum is a place for all local and global community members to learn about and engage with art.

Explore the Museum


There are two ways to explore the indoor exhibitions at the Berman Museum: self-led tours or guided tours.

Self-led tours provide the flexibility of navigating the galleries at your own pace and do not require advance notice. You are welcome to visit any time during the museum’s open hours: 11 am to 4 pm, Tuesday through Sunday.

Guided tours offer a fuller understanding of the exhibitions, as guides can answer questions and share information not available on the gallery walls. 

Self-led tours and guided tours are free, but support is always welcome.

Request a Guided Tour

Outdoor sculpture collection

The Berman Outdoor Sculpture Collection is made up of almost 80 pieces located throughout the Ursinus College campus. Visitors are welcome to roam the grounds to explore the collection. Those who prefer more direction can use our easy or challenging scavenger hunt to discover the most iconic sculptures.

Scavenger hunts are available for download here. If you do not have a printer, feel free to request a copy of the scavenger hunts from the front desk.

Guided tours of the outdoor sculpture collection are available during special events like Family Weekend and Homecoming. Contact Betsy Witt, Operations Manager, for upcoming outdoor tour dates, or to schedule your own tour.

Community Events

Art-making activities

The Berman Museum hosts art-making activities for all ages to connect with the community and encourage creative expression. Recent activities have included collage nights, screen-printing, and natural dye workshops. These events are always free.


The Berman Museum regularly brings in guest speakers to complement the messaging of current exhibitions. Faculty, curators, activists, and artists bring valuable insights to help the community learn more about art. All speaker events are free and open to the public.

Hosting events at the museum

The Berman Museum can serve as a venue for community organizations looking to host events. We welcome music performances, yoga classes, conferences, and other events in our gallery, classroom, and amphitheater spaces.

Use the form below to request the Berman for event space. A member of the Berman senior staff will reach out to you if your event is an appropriate fit for the museum.

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Unknown (Attributed to Aztec, Mexico), Figure, undated. Onyx. Gift of Dr. E. Lee Porter. BAM2006.004.
February 22 | 5:00pm

CANCELED-Latin American Art Series: Crime in Collections

Donna Yates (Maastricht University) will discuss topics related to her current project involving art crime, the illicit trade and trafficking of artistic and cultural material across the globe, white-collar crime, and methodologies in the digital humanities.
Sahar Tarighi, braids from The Warp and Woof of Freedom series, 2022. As installed in 2024 exhibi...
February 24 | 10:30am

Braids of Freedom: Ceramic Workshop

Exhibiting artist Sahar Tarighi will guide you through making a ceramic braid from fabric and clay slip in solidarity with calls for freedom around the world.