Arnot Expeditions

About Arnot Expeditions
The Museum's Arnot Expeditions Program offers members exciting opportunities to gain insights and fresh perspectives on art and culture. From exclusive international itineraries to one-day explorations, the Museum's new travel program welcomes Members for unique adventures--led by experts and featuring once-in-a-lifetime experiences. The Arnot Expeditions Program brings members Regional Adventures, as well as exciting International Voyages through the Museum Travel Alliance. Find out more below.

Regional Adventures
Program Highlights

  • Traveling with people who share similar interests
  • Art-oriented tours with knowledgeable guides and local experts
  • Special docent-led tours of local museums and cultural exhibitions
  • Unique opportunities for both the first-time and seasoned traveler
  • Exclusive visits to private collections and artist studios
  • Accompaniment by personnel from the Museum 

Expedition 1701: An Afternoon at the Albright-Knox
On Saturday, 7 October 2017, trip-goers will start their day with a light breakfast at 7:15am. We will board our motorcoach at 7:50am and begin our journey to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York. Following our arrival and check-in, a catered lunch will be served in the AK Café. After lunch a docent will lead us on a one hour tour of the collection, leaving guests with two additional hours to explore exhibitions independently. As an additional bonus, NARM members will receive a 10% discount in the AK Gift Shop.

We will leave the museum as a group at 4:15pm to enjoy dinner at the Expo Market, a food market featuring a wide variety of culinary options. The bus will depart at 6:30pm, with an expected arrival time of 10pm.

How To Participate
Space is limited -- just 40 seats are available on this Arnot Expeditions trip. Advance registration is required; seats should be reserved by 23 September 2017. The cost of Expedition 1701 is $150 for members, and $200 for not-yet-members; this includes motorcoach transportation, breakfast, lunch, museum admission, dinner and all gratuities. Call the Guest Services Desk at 607.734.3697 ext. 120 for further details, or email .








Martin Rico y Ortega.
Santa Euphemia on the Lagoon, Venice.
On view in the Picture Gallery.

International Voyages
The Arnot Art Museum is a member of the Museum Travel Alliance. This partnership brings members of the Arnot Art Museum exciting travel opportunities around the world. Find out more about international travel with the Museum Travel Alliance below.

What is the Museum Travel Alliance?
The Museum Travel Alliance is a consortium of cultural institutions offering curated, luxury travel experiences led by renowned scholars and curators.

What trips are available?
A variety of international trips are presented annually; from Cuba to Sicily, along the Nile and through the landscapes that inspired the works of the Dutch and Flemish masters. For a full list of travel programs and detailed, downloadable brochures, click here.

Who is eligible to participate?
The only requirement to attend one of these tours is that you have an up-to-date membership with the Arnot Art Museum, or another institution participating in the Museum Travel Alliance. For more information about the trips, click here to take a look at the MTA's frequently asked questions page. You can also contact the Arnot Art Museum's Guest Services Desk at 607.734.3697 ext. 120 or, , if you have further questions.


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