Science Fun for Little Ones
Bring your young learners to the Museum of Science for a fun-filled day geared specifically to children ages three through six.
Field Trip Planetarium Shows
Highly interactive live shows encourage students to engage with a Planetarium educator as they learn about astronomy, earth science, and physics.See a list of shows available only to school groups
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Dead Sea Scrolls: Life in Ancient Times
Enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see fragments of the priceless Dead Sea Scrolls and a collection of antiquities from Israel!
Complement and reinforce your school curriculum with a Museum of Science field trip that offers hands-on learning in a dynamic, informal environment.
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.
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.
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.
Field Trip Reservations
Make your reservation in advance to ensure the best possible experience for you and your students.
The National Center for Techonological Literacy® (NCTL®) helps educate children and adults in a variety of educational settings. This initiative is active nationwide via partnerships that seek to raise awareness and understanding of engineering in schools and museums.
Engineering is Elementary® (EiE®)
This project develops curricular materials in engineering and technology education for children in grades K – 5. Educator support include lesson plans, assessment materials, and professional development programs that tie into other major content areas, including science and language arts.
Engineering the Future®
This course builds technological literacy and provides a strong foundation in physics and offers students an opportunity to explore the social, historical, and environmental contexts of emerging technologies.
Created with support from the GE Foundation's Math Excellence Program, Building Math inspires students to learn algebra by solving engineering challenges on imagined adventures to Mount Everest, the Amazon, and a deserted South Pacific island.