Metro's Transit Education Team is excited to offer the Student Field Trip Program, which provides access to 20 approved destinations - including the Natural History Museum!
Interested? Click here to learn more!
Interested in adding more to your visit? Consider signing up for additional programming, including:
- Dinosaur Hall
- Butterfly Pavillion and Spider Pavilion
- Dinosaur Encounters, Ice Age Encounters, and Encounters, Jr.
- Fossil Detectives and more!
These require advance reservations, so request a visit now, they fill up fast!
A more in-depth approach, these lessons are built around grade-specific essential questions and offer a sequence of pre, during, and post-field trip activities. By exploring these lessons, you can find ways to
Essential question: What kinds of places become homes?
Essential question: How do living things depend on each other and their habitat?
Essential question: How have peoples' lives changed throughout time?
Essential question: What affects survival?
Essential question: How is space claimed? Why is space claimed?
Essential question: What makes something valuable?