Grades 3–5 and 6–8
Monday – Friday, through May 31, 201310 a.m.-1 p.m. - 6 sessions available10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. - 3 sessions available11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. - 3 sessions availablePlease let us know if you have a preferred time slot at the time of your reservation.
3 hours including facilitated program, exhibit exploration, and lunch break
$8/student (includes Museum admission), 1 free adult/10 students, $8/additional adult
Group size per session: Minimum 10 students, 1 adult required; maximum 32 students, 4 adults
Immerse yourself in the ideas of the Maya people as you explore their stories, writing, art, and artifacts in an all-new Exploration Studio experience. Plus, your students will have time to tour the temporary exhibition Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed, with support materials developed to complement the exhibition. Spanish-speaking educators may be available upon request.
For more background information on the Maya, view our recorded webinar.
FILL OUT THE FIELD TRIP REQUEST FORM ONLINE TODAY or call 303.370.6000, daily, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Payment in full is due 30 days before your program. If you book less than 30 days before the program, payment in full is due at the time of your reservation. Reservations are required at least 21 days in advance. The Museum will send an e-mail with a payment reminder 45 days before the program. Upon payment, a receipt will be e-mailed to you along with details for your program.
Are there resources to help me prepare myself and my group?
Yes! Click here for information to help you prepare for your day.
Are Field Trip Adventure time slots fixed or flexible?
Field Trip Adventure time slots and start times are fixed.
Do Museum staff lead the Field Trip Adventures?
Museum educators facilitate the Studio program with the adults in your group and provide exhibit exploration materials for chaperones to use with students. Also, Museum staff will welcome, orient, and support each Field Trip Adventure as needed.
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