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Field Trips

Bring your students to the museum that discoveries built.

A field trip to the Perot Museum is an adventure that’s sure to spark curiosity and discovery.

Registration for the 2015-16 school year opens August 3rd!

Expand your class' field trip experience beyond our exhibit halls with the addition of a 3D film or traveling exhibition, or a TEKS-aligned classroom program, Portable Universe planetarium programauditorium program, or ScienceCast distance learning program led by one of our educators, either here at the Perot Museum or at your school.

From the fossil record to the expanding universe, your class will have a blast learning about the many different fields of science and technology.

Schedule your visit between September 2015 and January/February 2016, and save!
Exhibit/Film Combo is $8! (Regularly $10)
Exhibit/Lab Program or Auditorium Show is $8! (Regularly $10)

Permanent Exhibit Halls

With 11 state-of-the-art permanent exhibit halls to explore, there’s no shortage of amaze-your-brain moments waiting to spark student interest in STEM subjects and careers.

LOWER LEVEL
MOODY FAMILY CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

Welcome to a world where hands-on exploration meets make-believe adventure! Designed especially for children ages 5 and younger, our children’s area gives kids the opportunity to climb, create, explore and imagine.
Mondays from 10am-noon are reserved for members only. To help facilitate field trips, early learning classes may prebook the Moody Family Children’s Museum when scheduling their field trip.

Program Extensions

LOWER LEVEL
LAMAR HUNT FAMILY SPORTS HALL

From physics to physiology, our high-energy interactives give kids the chance to test their reflexes, throw a fastball and try their best to outrun one of the most formidable athletes of all time — Tyrannosaurus rex!

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Catapult Science, Amusement Park Physics, Chemistry Connections, Look Out! The Eye Dissection, Pump Up! The Heart Dissection, Diagnosis: The Body in Question
  • Auditorium Programs: Super Hero Science, Physics Circus
  • At Your School: Catapult Science, Amusement Park Physics, Look Out! The Eye Dissection, Pump Up! The Heart Dissection, Super Hero Science

LEVEL 2
DISCOVERING LIFE HALL

Take an indoor nature walk at the Museum — where everything from single-cell organisms to ecosystems can open your mind to the power and potential of living things. Students will have the opportunity to explore the plants and animals that live in three different ecoregions of Texas and to challenge themselves to identify native plants and animals by scent or sound alone.

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Programs: All About Bugs, Adapt to Survive, Texas Ecosystems, CSI: Wildlife Investigation, Plastic Pollution: Albatross Pellet Dissection, Cell Lab
  • Auditorium Programs: Nature’s Extremes
  • At Your School: Do Bugs Bug You?, Adapt to Survive
  • ScienceCast: Adapt to Survive, Monarch Migration, Sudden Death: Prehistoric Extinctions

LEVEL 2
BEING HUMAN HALL

Humans possess not only a unique physiology — we also have powerful minds that work in amazing ways. As your students search for answers to the question of what it means to be human, they’ll discover hands-on exhibits that engage both mind and body.

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Programs: ABCs of Chemistry, Chemistry Connections, Look Out! The Eye Dissection, Pump Up! The Heart Dissection, Cell Lab, Diagnosis The Body in Question
  • At Your School: ABCs of Chemistry, Look Out! The Eye Dissection, Pump Up! The Heart Dissection, Diagnosis: The Body in Question

LEVEL 2
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS ENGINEERING AND INNOVATION HALL

If you have students who love solving puzzles, here’s your chance to show them how engineers use math, science and creativity to solve everyday problems — or make groundbreaking discoveries with the power to change the way we live, work and play. Plus, our newly expanded Robot Arena will give your students even more ways to participate in challenging robotic competitions!

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Physics Fun, Catapult Science, Amusement Park Physics, LEGO Simple Machines, Robotics 101
  • Auditorium Programs: Physics Circus, Electric Theater, Super Hero Science, Fire & Ice
  • At Your School: Physics Fun, LEGO® Simple Machines, Catapult Science, Robotics 101, Amusement Park Physics
  • ScienceCast: Fire & Ice

LEVEL 3
THE REES-JONES FOUNDATION 
DYNAMIC EARTH HALL

This dynamic exhibit hall puts earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes and other dramatic weather events in perspective, using interactive exhibits to reveal how the elements of earth, air and water interact with each other to shape our unique environment.

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Programs: ABCs of Chemistry, Chemistry Connections, Fuel of the Future: Alternative Energies, Weather Explorers, Air & Weather, Rocks & Minerals, Faces of the Earth
  • At Your School: ABCs of Chemistry, Fuel Up! Alternative Energies, Geo-Logic, Jr., Geo-Logic, Weather Explorers, Air & Weather
  • ScienceCast: Fire & Ice, All About Earthquakes 

LEVEL 3
TOM HUNT ENERGY HALL

Here, students will have the opportunity to use 3D technologies to visualize underground formations, see and touch real drill bits, and discover how renewable energies like solar, wind, geothermal and hydroelectric fit into the energy equation.

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Programs: ABCs of Chemistry, Chemistry Connections, Robotics 101, Fuel of the Future: Alternative Energies, Rocks & Minerals, Faces of the Earth
  • Auditorium Program: Electric Theater
  • At Your School: ABCs of Chemistry, Robotics 101, Geo-Logic, Geo-Logic, Jr., Fuel Up! Alternative Energies

LEVEL 3
LYDA HILL GEMS AND MINERALS HALL

In addition to dazzling crystals, fluorescent minerals and dozens more awe-inspiring specimens, interactive touchscreens encourage students to explore the physical and optical properties of various minerals.

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Chemistry Connections, Rocks & Minerals, Faces of the Earth
  • At Your School: Geo-Logic, Jr., Geo-Logic

LEVEL 4
EXPANDING UNIVERSE HALL

A virtual journey through the solar system helps students put outer space into perspective as they contemplate how the universe may have started.

Program Extensions

  • Portable Universe Programs: One World, One Sky; The Sky at Night, Jr.; The Sky at Night; The Sky at Night, Secondary
  • ScienceCast: Star Gazing

LEVEL 4
T. BOONE PICKENS LIFE THEN AND NOW HALL

Learn about the time when Dallas was under a shallow blue sea, travel to the Cretaceous Period in Big Bend, explore ancient mammals and learn about the Museum's current research of Alaskan dinosaurs.

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Texas Ecosystems, Dig Those Dinos, Faces of the Earth
  • At Your School: Adapt to Survive, Dig Those Dinos
  • ScienceCast: Sudden Death: Prehistoric Extinctions, Paleo at the Perot Museum, Adapt to Survive

LEVEL 4M
ROSE HALL OF BIRDS

As students explore the similarities and differences of our feathered friends, they’ll have the opportunity to test, create and name their own virtual species of bird — or use our full-body flight simulator to see how it feels to soar through the sky!

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Program: Adapt to Survive, Texas Ecosystems, Plastic Pollution: Albatross Pellet Dissection
  • At Your School: Adapt to Survive
  • ScienceCast: Adapt to Survive

CAREER INSPIRATION IN EVERY EXHIBIT HALL

Each exhibit hall features videos from scientists and other professionals talking about their careers, and the paths they took to get there. For teachers of middle school students, we also offer a student worksheet on the Educator Resources page of our website to guide your students through some of these career videos during your field trip.

CAREER TALKS

Are you looking for a museum professional to talk to your class about his or her career? The Perot Museum participates in career days for elementary, middle school and high school students. Our career talks focus on museum careers, as well as various occupations in the science fields that have made North Texas a hotbed of STEM activity. To inquire about career talk availability, please contact reserve@perotmuseum.org. Please note that our availability for career talks is very limited, especially in the spring. We recommend getting your requests in early!

Traveling Exhibits

Traveling exhibitions at the Perot Museum offer even more specialized learning experiences for your students. For an additional fee, you and your students can include a world-class traveling exhibition as part of your field trip. Catch them while you can!

Creatures of Light

Nature's Bioluminescence

October 30, 2015 – February 21, 2016

On a warm summer evening, a firefly’s light seems rare and magical. Yet the tree of life is spangled with organisms that blink, glow, flash and glitter. Welcome to the world of bioluminescence — the generation of light by living things.

Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence uses immersive environments, models, specimens, videos, and hands-on and computer interactives to investigate the phenomenon of bioluminescence. It is about the extraordinary organisms that produce light, from the flickering fireflies found in backyards to the deep-sea fishes that illuminate the perpetually dark depths of the oceans. Students will explore what these organisms have in common — they all “glow,” or emit light — and also observe that different phenomena are at work. Most are bioluminescent (make their own light), but some are fluorescent (absorb and re-emit light) and a few are both.

Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence is organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York, in collaboration with the Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, Canada, and The Field Museum, Chicago.

Program Extensions

  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Adapt to Survive, All About Bugs, Chemistry Connections
  • Auditorium Programs: Nature’s Extremes
  • At Your School: Adapt to Survive, Do Bugs Bug You?

Eye of the Collector

April 16 – September 5, 2016

Here at the Museum, every object and specimen tells a story. And in Eye of the Collector, the quirky, crafty, historical and fashionable objects of nine very different people come together to show that the recollections they have of their prized possessions are at least as valuable as the collections themselves.

At the heart of the exhibit are the diverse collections of Randy and Nancy Best, who view these objects as time capsules that provide insights about prehistoric life, ancient civilizations and more.

Traveling Exhibition Workshops

For teachers looking to extend their learning and incorporate these exhibitions into a field trip experience, the Museum offers the following educator workshops:

November 5, 2015; 6-9pm
Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence

April 16, 2016; 9am-3pm
Eye of the Collector

Educational Films

Add a whole new dimension to your field trip with a totally immersive 3D film experience. From the moment your students open their eyes to the digital clarity of The Hoglund Foundation Theater, a National Geographic Experience, they're also opening their minds to some of the most fascinating topics that science and nature have to offer.

Walking with Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet 3D

May 22, 2015 – January 3, 2016

Appx. 20 minutes – Take off on a prehistoric adventure with dinosaurs from over 70 million years ago with the film Walking with Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet 3D. A playful Pachyrhinosaurus embarks on the biggest journey of his life as he tries to find his place in a spectacular world filled with fun-loving friends and a few encounters with dangerous foes. This film will let audiences see and feel what it was like when astonishing dinosaurs ruled the Earth.

This film features two dinosaur discoveries by Perot Museum paleontologists!

Watch Trailer Educator Guide

Program Extensions

  • Exhibit Halls: T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now Hall, Discovering Life Hall
  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Dinosaur Labs, Nature Labs
  • Outreach Programs on Your Campus: Dig Those Dinos
  • ScienceCast: Paleo at the Perot Museum, Sudden Death: Prehistoric Extinctions

Wildest Weather in the Solar System

September 11, 2015 – January 3, 2016

Appx. 20 minutes – Join National Geographic on a spectacular journey in Wildest Weather In The Solar System, to witness the most beautiful, powerful and mysterious weather phenomena in the solar system. From a storm the size of a 100-megaton hydrogen bomb, to a 400-year-old hurricane, to a dust tempest that could engulf entire planets, you'll be glad you live on Earth! Audiences will fly through the thick atmosphere of Venus, magnetic storms on the sun, liquid methane showers on Titan and anticyclones whirling at hundreds of miles per hour on Jupiter. Packed with eye-popping visuals, high-end CGI and cutting-edge science, the film is sure to be an extraordinary experience for all.

Educator Guide

Program Extensions

  • Exhibit Halls: Expanding Universe Hall, The Rees-Jones Foundation Dynamic Earth Hall
  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Weather Labs
  • Portable Universe Planetarium: One World, One Sky; The Sky at Night (All Grade Levels)
  • Outreach Programs on Your Campus: Air & Weather, Weather Explorers, Telescope Star Party
  • ScienceCast: Star Gazing; Systems, Cycles and Storms

JERUSALEM 3D

September 11, 2015 – January 3, 2016

Appx. 40 minutes – Jerusalem 3D gives a tour of one of the world’s oldest and most enigmatic cities. Destroyed and rebuilt countless times over 5,000 years, Jerusalem’s enduring appeal remains a mystery. To discover the truth behind the mysteries, the film takes us on a journey following three young Jerusalemites and their families, as well as noted archaeologist Dr. Jodi Magness. Through their eyes we learn what it means to call Jerusalem home, and experience celebrations and events that mark the high points of a year in the life of the city. This awe-inspiring film provides a completely unique perspective of a part of the world that captivates the imagination of billions of people.

Wonders of the Arctic 3D

September 11, 2015 – January 14, 2016

Appx. 20 minutes – The Arctic has always been a place of mystery, myth and fascination. Wonders of the Arctic 3D centers on the ongoing mission to explore the Arctic and the compelling stories of the many ventures into this captivating place. The film continues to explore the state of the Arctic today by visiting the polar bear capital of the world, interacting with ice scientists and joining a beluga biologist expedition. Underlying all these tales is the crucial role that ice plays in the northern environment and the changes that are quickly overtaking the people and animals that have adapted to this land of ice and snow.

Program Extensions

  • Exhibit Halls: T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now Hall, Discovering Life Hall
  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Nature Labs
  • Auditorium Programs: Nature’s Extremes
  • Outreach Programs on Your Campus: Adapt to Survive
  • ScienceCast: Paleo at the Perot Museum

SEA MONSTERS: A Prehistoric Adventure 3D

January 14, 2016 – May 26, 2016

Appx. 20 minutes – When strange bones are discovered in a muddy Kansas river bank, paleontologists set out to investigate a mystery buried in time. Through ultra-realistic 3D computer animation we travel back to the Late Cretaceous, when the sea was dominated by giant marine reptiles, some as large as present-day whales. SEA MONSTERS: A Prehistoric Adventure follows a female Dolichorhynchops and her offspring through adventures that illustrate life in the sea during the Age of Dinosaurs. Live-action recreations of actual paleontological digs are intercut throughout, revealing the scientific basis for each animated episode.

Watch Trailer Educator Guide

Program Extensions

  • Exhibit Halls: T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now Hall, Discovering Life Hall
  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Dinosaur Labs, Nature Labs
  • Outreach Programs on Your Campus: Dig Those Dinos
  • ScienceCast: Paleo at the Perot Museum, Sudden Death: Prehistoric Extinctions

Journey to Space 3D

January 4, 2016 – May 26, 2016

Appx. 40 minutes – In the past half-century, humans have punched through the stratosphere, walked on the moon and lived continuously in orbit. In the coming decades, our unquenchable curiosity will take our species beyond the cradle of Earth to touch the face of another world. Journey to Space 3D will both inspire a new generation of young people to dream of new horizons in space, and engender a new appreciation for the accomplishments of the Space Shuttle program among an older generation who came to take it for granted. Through extensive interviews, brilliant narration and stunning 3D, discover the foundation behind the next giant leaps being taken into space.

Program Extensions

  • Exhibit Halls: Expanding Universe Hall
  • Portable Universe Planetarium: One World, One Sky; The Sky at Night (All Grade Levels)
  • Outreach Programs on Your Campus: Telescope Star Party
  • ScienceCast: Star Gazing

Tiny Giants 3D

January 15, 2016 – September 5, 2016

Appx. 20 minutes – In an adventure of giant proportions, Tiny Giants 3D reveals the astonishing lives of the smallest animals. Using the incredibly immersive power of specialist 3D cameras, audiences are transported in a very intimate way into another world to experience the titanic battles these creatures face to survive. A chipmunk in a wild wood is forced to grow up fast when he is on his own for the first time. Only by using his ingenious superpowers can our hero not only stay alive, but also become master of his universe.

Program Extensions

  • Exhibit Halls: Discovering Life Hall, Being Human Hall, Chase Bio Lab
  • Field Trip Lab Programs: Nature Labs, Conservation Labs 
  • Auditorium Programs on Your Campus: Nature’s Extremes
  • Outreach Programs: CSI: Wildlife Investigation, Adapt to Survive

Note

Field trip showtimes are Monday–Friday, typically between 10am and 1:30pm. Be sure to check the Theater page for the current schedule.

Program Extensions

The Perot Museum is more than a collection of exhibits and specimens — it also consists of expert educators who share a commitment to inspiring minds through nature and science. That’s why we offer program extensions — at the Museum, at your school, and online — to help your students connect with scientific concepts and principles.

TEKS-Aligned Classroom Programs

Portable Universe Planetarium Programs

Auditorium Programs

ScienceCast Online Distance Learning Programs

Box Lunches and Souvenir Kits

Make your students' visit to the Perot Museum extra special with box lunches from our Café or souvenir kits from our Store!

Registration forms will be available starting August 3rd!

Pricing, Tips and Policies

Make the most of your Perot Museum visit! Please be sure to review the policies and tips below to ensure you and your students have a thorough and successful Museum experience.

Pricing

FIELD TRIPS

STUDENTS

REQUIRED TEACHERS/ CHAPERONES

EXTRA CHAPERONES

Museum Exhibits (required)

$5

FREE

$5

FILMS AND PROGRAMS

Educational Film (Short approx. 20 minutes)

$5

$5

$5

Educational Film (Long approx. 40 minutes)

$6

$6

$6

Field Trip Lab-Based Program

$5

FREE

NOT AVAILABLE

Auditorium Program

$5

FREE

$5

Portable Universe Planetarium Program

$5

FREE

NOT AVAILABLE

TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS

Creatures of Light: Nature's Bioluminescence

(October 30, 2015–February 21, 2016)

$5

$5

$5

Eye of the Collector

(April 16, 2016–September 5, 2016)

$5

$5

$5

OFF-PEAK DISCOUNTS September 2015, January & February 2016 (MUST BE BOOKED BY NOVEMBER 1, 2015)

Museum Exhibits & Educational Short Film

$8

$5

$8

Museum Exhibits & Field Trip Lab Program or Auditorium Show

$8

$5

$8

School group rates apply to groups with at least 15 students (pre-K to college). Special needs groups are not required to have 15 students. One adult chaperone, 21 years or older, is required for every seven (7) students (pre-K to 12th grade). Instructors accompanying college students will pay the student rate. For more information please call 214.428.5555 ext. 8 or email reserve@perotmuseum.org. 

SCHEDULE YOUR VISIT BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 2015 AND JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016, AND SAVE! Exhibit/Film Combo is $8! (Regularly priced at $10) Exhibit/Lab Program or Auditorium Show is $8! (Regularly priced at $10)

RESERVATIONS DEPARTMENT CONTACT INFORMATION

214.428.5555 ext. 8 reserve@perotmuseum.org 214.756.5890, Attn: Reservations

PAYMENT, CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit is due within 10 days of making your reservation ($50 for reservations totaling less than $500, $100 for reservations over $500). Final payment is due two weeks prior to visit date. All schedule and attendance changes must be made no later than two weeks before your visit. If you need to reschedule or cancel your reservation, you must contact the Reservations Department at reserve@perotmuseum.org at least two weeks before your scheduled visit in order for your payment to be applied to a new visit date.

Refunds will only be made in the event of Perot Museum equipment failures, power failures, school closings due to inclement weather or other issues deemed serious enough by the Perot Museum to warrant cancellations. No other refunds will be issued. Deposits are nonrefundable. The Museum does not issue refunds or tickets for absent group members.

Request forms for a Perot Museum field trip or outreach program at your school are available by calling 214.428.5555 ext. 8 or by emailing reserve@perotmuseum.org

PEROT MUSEUM FINANCIAL AID

Perot Museum offers financial assistance to qualifying schools for Museum field trips, educational programming, Science- Cast distance learning, Portable Universe planetarium, outreach programs and Family Science Nights. To inquire about funds to help offset the cost of your field trip or program please fill out the financial aid request form. In order to be considered for financial aid, a field trip or outreach program request form must be submitted.

TEACHER ADMISSION

Preview the Museum before you visit.
The Perot Museum extends free teacher admission to all currently employed teachers in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Mexico. Teachers must present proof of current teaching status at the Museum Box Office for admission. Free teacher admission applies only to Perot Museum general exhibits, and is good for one (1) general exhibits admission ticket per day, per teacher. Offer does not apply to online ticket sales; teachers whose families
have purchased online tickets will be accommodated provided that space allows. 

BEFORE YOUR FIELD TRIP

PAYMENT

Refer to your invoice packet for payment due dates, amount and mailing address. Your reservation may be canceled if your deposit/payment is not received by the due date.

CHANGES/CANCELLATIONS

All schedule and attendance changes must be made no later than two weeks before your visit. If you need to reschedule or cancel your reservation, you must contact the Reservations Department at reserve@perotmuseum.org at least two weeks before your scheduled visit in order for your payment to be applied to a new visit date.

SPECIAL NEEDS

Please let the Reservations Department know if you are bringing children with special needs. The Hoglund Foundation Theater, a National Geographic Experience can accommodate up to four wheelchairs and escorts per viewing. Special needs groups with chaperones over the 1:7 ratio will not be charged the additional chaperone rate for general exhibits. However, additional charges will be incurred for films and traveling exhibitions.

REQUIRED CHAPERONES

One adult chaperone 21 years or older is required for each seven (7) students. Please include teachers in your chaperone count.

MEMBERSHIPS

Free admission for Perot Museum members is not valid with group reservations.

EXTRA CHAPERONES

Teachers wishing to include extra chaperones over the 1:7 ratio in their group reservation should also include extra chaperone fees with their prepayment (due two weeks prior to visit date). All teachers/chaperones/extra chaperones are expected to supervise students.

Additional extra chaperones may purchase tickets at the Box Office on field trip day and will receive the school group rate. Film tickets are based on availability. No additional discounts will be applied to this ticket.

Group rates will NOT apply to online ticket purchases.

*Due to space limitations, extra chaperones will not be able to attend classroom programs, lab programs or Portable Universe programs.

Watch our field trip video

prior to your visit for tips on bus parking, checking in, getting around, eating lunch and more! Visit perotmuseum.org/fieldtripvideo to view the video.

ON FIELD TRIP DAY

Please refer to your receipt packet for more detailed information regarding your visit. Be sure to check out our field trip video at perotmuseum.org/schoolprograms.

BUS PARKING

Student drop-off is determined by your group's schedule. Please refer to your receipt packet for bus parking details for your group. During the school year, bus parking is free. Single-car parking for chaperones is available under Woodall Rodgers Freeway on a first-come, first-served basis for a fee payable upon exit.

CHECK-IN

  • §  School check-in begins at 9:30am. Museum exhibit halls open at 10am.

  • §  Please be sure to bring your receipt packet and have an accurate count of students and teachers/chaperones present on trip day. Please be sure to include teachers in your count. Do not include extra chaperones or members who paid, or will be paying, separately.

    § Your lead teacher will take the Required Teacher Admission Sheet to the Box Office. A Museum representative and your teacher will sign for approval of numbers and exchange for stickers/admission passes.

    PROGRAM TIMES

    If you are scheduled for timed programs, please assemble at the program or theater check-in area at least 10 minutes before your program begins. There is no late seating, nor are refunds issued for missed shows or programs.

MOODY FAMILY CHILDREN'S MUSEUM

The Moody Family Children’s Museum, located on the Lower Level, is reserved for toddlers through age 5. Older students are not allowed in this area. Mondays from 10am-noon are reserved for members only. Field trips with early learning classes may prebook the Moody Family Children's Museum at the time of their reservation.

LUNCHES

Lunches should be stored on your bus and will not be stored in the Museum. Please plan to eat in the Plaza area, outside the main entrance. The Café area is reserved exclusively for our Café customers.

MUSEUM RULES

Teachers: Please review the following rules with your students and chaperones.

1. Students MUST stay with chaperones at all times. Chaperones MUST stay with students at all times.

2. WALK, do not run, throughout the Museum.

3. Travel the stairs single file and stay to the right. Please leave elevators for those who require them.

4. Food is not allowed in the Museum. Leave lunches on your bus and enjoy your lunch on the outdoor Plaza.

5.Always treat the Museum, exhibits, staff and other visitors with respect.

Groups who violate these rules, or unruly or disruptive groups may be asked to leave and will be escorted from the premises by security. 

Field Trips
Program Events

Permanent Exhibit Halls
Traveling Exhibits
Educational Films
Program Extensions
Box Lunches and Souvenir Kits
Pricing, Tips and Policies