Docent-Led Tour: Everson Architecture
FREE with Museum Admission
Docent-led tour exploring the Everson's largest work of art: the Museum's renowned building designed by internationally acclaimed architect I.M. Pei.
The Everson was Pei's first museum and launched his career as a museum architect. Over the course of his career, Pei has designed more than 35 museums and exhibition spaces throughout the world including the Pyramide du Louvre (Paris, France), National Gallery's East Wing (Washington, DC), the Kennedy Library (Boston, MA), Sainsbury Wing - National Gallery (London, England) and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum (Cleveland, Ohio).