Interfaith Tours of the St. Louis Art Museum Resume

Arts & Faith St. Louis is pleased to announce that the Saint Louis Art Museum is resuming Interfaith Tours at the museum, after a hiatus during the pandemic.

Interfaith Tours at the Saint Louis Art Museum are led by two volunteer docents of different faiths, with a maximum of 16 participants. Two visitor groups of diverse faith groups are paired together for the customized tour. The tour demonstrates common elements of global faith traditions in art

produced through the ages.

The tours were initiated by the Saint Louis Art Museum in 2017 in collaboration with Arts & Faith St. Louis and the Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis. In October 2019, SLAM docents and staff presented the Interfaith Tour program at the National Docent Symposium in Washington, D.C. as model for other communities to create partnerships with community organizations.

The tours are available at any time during the Museum’s public hours, Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5 pm, Friday 10 am to 9 pm. The Museum is closed on Monday. Find out more by visiting.

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