Primary Features

  • Planning for a Changing Climate

    Find out what can and should be done to protect the health and safety of the public from the impacts of climate change such as sea level rise.

  • Journey to the South Pacific

    Swim with the world's largest shark, encounter mysterious creatures of the sea, and explore the planet's most spectacular coral reefs.

  • 2theXtreme: MathAlive!

    Interact with sports, music, fashion, games, and more in this immersive experience that reveals there is math behind everything we do!

Field Trips

Complement and reinforce your school curriculum with a Museum of Science field trip that offers hands-on learning in a dynamic, informal environment.

Get more details about field trips

Download the Field Trip Planning Guide 2013 - 2014 (PDF)

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Photo © Andy Brilliant

Traveling Programs

Our educators travel throughout New England to bring the Museum's unique educational experiences to your school. Entertaining and interactive, these programs are comprised of grade-specific content and support the Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Curriculum Framework.

Find out more about Traveling Programs

Educator Resources

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Field Trip Activities

A full roster of thought-provoking demonstrations, films, shows, and special hands-on exhibit areas provide great options for building an inspiring field trip that meets your educational goals.

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Teacher Partner Program

Licensed K – 12 educators who are actively employed in public or private New England schools are invited to join this free program, offering many key benefits.

Learn more about the Teacher Partner Program

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Field Trip Reservations

Make your reservation in advance to ensure the best possible experience for you and your students.

Learn how to make your field trip reservation