Chinati offers docent-led and self-guided tours. Reservations are encouraged.
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- Visitors are required to wear masks indoors, when interacting with Chinati staff, and within 6 feet of other visitor groups.
- Admission is free for Chinati members, children under 17, Military, healthcare workers, and tri-county residents (Brewster, Jeff Davis, Presidio).
- Discounts are offered to persons age 65 and over, students, and teachers
There are multiple docent-led tours each day. To see the schedule and make a reservation, click here.
Please arrive 15 minutes early for a docent-led tour.
Full Collection Tour ($30)
2 miles, approximately 4.5 hours
Selections Tour ($25)
2 miles, approximately 2.5 hours
This tour visits 3 of Chinati’s major installations: Donald Judd’s 100 untitled works in mill aluminum, Dan Flavin’s untitled (Marfa project), and Robert Irwin’s untitled (dawn to dusk). The selections tour can be challenging for those with limited mobility.
Work of Donald Judd Tour ($25)
1 mile, approximately 1.5 hours
This tour focuses on the art and architecture of Donald Judd. The tour visits the artillery sheds that house Judd’s 100 untitled works in mill aluminum, the temporary exhibition of Judd’s 16 untitled works in plywood, and the Arena. Included are works by Hyong-Keun Yun and Richard Long.
Self-guided Walking Tours
Self-guided walking tours are available between 9:00 am and 3:30 pm, Thursday – Saturday. To see the schedule and make a reservation, click here.
Self-guided Walking Tour ($15)
1.6 miles, approximately 1.5 hours
Visitors can walk the path along Donald Judd’s 15 untitled works in concrete, visit Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen’s Monument to the Last Horse, as well as take in exterior views of Judd’s 100 untitled works in mill aluminum and the John Wesley Gallery. On the walking tour, visitors will be able to survey the historic architecture of Fort D.A. Russell as adapted by Judd and experience the grasslands, wildlife, and open space that brought him to Marfa. No indoor exhibitions are accessible on the Walking Tour. Sturdy, closed-toe shoes are strongly encouraged.