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Before and After the Show

Looking for something else to do when you bring your students to a Schooltime Series performance? We have great options for you!

Campus Tours

Want to show your high school students around campus? Visit for information about Group Tours, offered Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am and 12:30 pm. If you are unable to schedule a campus visit with any of our admissions representatives or if you would like to explore UNM campus on your own, UNM also offers Self-Guided Lobo Tours.

Younger students might enjoy the Self-Guided Junior Lobo Scavenger Hunt. Tailor your specific interests to your time constraints. Note: scavenger hunts cannot take place inside the Center of the Arts.

For more detailed information contact Admissions at (505) 277-8503 or via e-mail

Other UNM options you may enjoy: 

UNM Art Museum 

The museum's collection includes painting, photography, prints, and sculptures with particular strengths in American prints and works by the Transcendental Painting Group.

Visit for current exhibits. For more information call 277-4001 or contact via e-mail


UNM Maxwell Museum of Anthropology

The museum's galleries contain exhibits of Southwest society, human origins, and more. Visit for more information about the museum.

Space is limited, so please call 277-4405 or e-mail to reserve your place. If you have any special needs, please request accommodations when making your reservation.

UNM Museum of Southwestern Biology

The museum contains more than two million preserved specimens of plants and animals from around the world, including species that are rare or extinct in the wild. The MSB is the largest natural history collection in New Mexico and one of the largest in the Southwest.

For more information visit or call 277-1360.

The Silver Family Geology Museum

The museum provides free public exhibits of mineral, fossil, and rock specimens from the collections of the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. A free brochure provides a self-guided tour through the exhibits. 

Teachers should contact the department office to schedule class visits. Call 277-4204 or contact the museum via e-mail. 

Visit for more information about the museum.

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