The Toledo Museum of Art is one of the founding member museums of the Museum Travel Alliance (MTA). Join other travelers interested in cultural voyages. Each trip is led by a curator or scholar capable of offering unique insights and features special access to cultural sites.
What is the Museum Travel Alliance?
MTA is a consortium of museums whose patrons and members are passionate about cultural travel. MTA offers its constituents a broad selection of curated, luxury travel opportunities and behind-the-scenes access to the world’s cultural treasures led by renowned scholars and curators.
What trips are available?
MTA’s initial roster of tours includes 15 trips with itineraries that feature: a river cruise along the Lower Danube, taking in Vienna’s art and architectural treasures and medieval Balkan churches; sailing the Baltic’s Amber Coast from St. Petersburg to Copenhagen during the “white nights” of midsummer; and a New Year’s excursion to Egypt and Jordan by private plane.
Visit museumtravelalliance.com for a complete list of travel opportunities.
Who is eligible to travel on MTA trips?
All travelers must be members of an institution participating in the Museum Travel Alliance.
Museum Travel Alliance Members (as of December 2015)
|Amelia Island Museum of History|
|American Folk Art Museum|
|Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida|
|Artis-Naples, Friends of Art at the Baker Museum|
|Arts & Heritage, St. Alberta|
|Boise Art Museum|
|Bullock Texas State History Museum|
|The Drawing Center|
|Dubuque Museum of Art|
|Hermann-Grima & Gallier Historic Houses|
|Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University|
|Katonah Museum of Art|
|The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
|The Morris Museum of Art|
|Museum of Fine Arts, Houston|
|The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art|
|North Carolina Museum of Art|
|The Phillips Collection|
|Provincetown Art Association and Museum|
|Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida|
|Sir John Soane’s Museum Foundation|
|Toledo Museum of Art|