September - May
Monday - Friday
9:15 a.m., 10:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m.
$5/student (includes Museum admission), 1 free adult/10
students, $5/additional adult.
Scholarships may be available for eligible schools.
Reservations required at least 3 weeks
ahead. For reservation
details and to fill out the Field Trip Request Form, click here or
call 303.370.6000, M - F, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Does the Museum have bilingual educators?
Yes, bilingual (Spanish-English) educators may be available
Does the class include a guided exhibit tour?
No. Groups are encouraged to visit the Botswana Hall before or
after the class.
Can a Museum educator teach this class at my school/site?
Yes, this and many other programs, can be scheduled at your school.
Immerse young learners in Earth's most diverse continent,
Africa! Students explore four staions representing environments in
Africa, desert, rainforest, savannah, and coastline, and how
animals and people live in each. Children may don elephant ears,
match fur specimens with animal pictures, try balancing a basket of
fruit to carry on their heads, pretend to be a sea turtle burying
its eggs, hold a real giraffe vertebra, and more!
Group Size: Minimum 10 students, 1 adult
required; maximum 30 students, up to 6 adults/class
Program Length: 45 minutes
Your students can practice observation skills in the Botswana Hall
where life-like dioramas are windows to African landscapes,
animals, and cultures highlighed in the class.
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