Private Group Tours

Bring your group to experience art that explores the rich history, cultures, and wildlife of the American West. Private tours are available for groups of any size and special rates are available for groups of 10 or more. Group capacity is limited to allow for social distancing. Let us help customize a memorable outing for your family and friends or corporate, nonprofit, youth, college or social group.


Discover Art in Mind at The James Museum — an innovative in-gallery experience for adults with dementia. Developed with USF & led by trained docents, our tours offer a space for connection through art. Join us for a unique, accessible arts encounter. Contact us at to schedule a tour.

School Group Tours

We are currently accepting requests for school tours. We can accommodate groups on a limited basis, with adaptations in place to create a safer experience for all.

Bring your students to the James Museum, where they will experience the stories of the American West through art. See works from Native American and non-native artists who honor the beauty of the landscape and bring to life the gritty history and exciting tales found west of the Mississippi.

Public Tours

Explore highlights of the collection on a 45-minute tour with one of our knowledgeable docents. Public tours are complimentary with admission and are limited to 10 guests per scheduled time.

Space is limited; reserve online when purchasing museum tickets or at the museum admissions desk upon arrival. Questions? Contact us at or 727-892-4200 ext. 1011.

Monday–Friday: 1:30 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 11 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.

Tours of the current special exhibition:
Tuesday & Saturday: 3 p.m.

Public tours are included with admission; subject to cancellation.


Our mobile audio tour highlights a variety of subjects from Native Americans, to cowboys, to wildlife from around the world. You will hear a range of perspectives, giving historical, artistic, and biographical insights and commentary. The tour can be accessed online or in-person at the museum.