Museum Visits: In-Person & Virtual
Museum Visits: In-Person & Virtual Program Descriptions
The Bruce Museum offers museum visits, either in-person or virtual, for educational groups with students in preschool through high school featuring our exhibitions and collections. In-person and virtual field trips are offered from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and include inquiry-based discussions and close looking at objects. Most programs are 45-60 minutes in length. To learn how to schedule a field trip, please click here.
Below are the current programs we offer based on temporary exhibitions and the Museum’s collection. If you would like further information about a program or are interested in a personalized program, please contact Corinne Flax at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit our In-Classroom Program Descriptions to learn about the new art outreach programs we are piloting this year.
*NEW FOR 2021-2022 ACADEMIC YEAR*
With the opening of the new permanent science exhibition, Cycles, the Audience Engagement Department is piloting new programs for school-aged audiences, Pre-K through 8th grade. If you are interested in participating in a pilot of any of the programs listed below, please contact Corinne Flax at email@example.com The pilot programs can be offered at the Museum for an in-person visit or as a virtual field trip.
- Our Rocks, Our World: Local Geology
- Dinosaurs & Fossils
- Animal Ancestors: The Ice Age
- Animal Residents of Long Island Sound
- Backyard Animals
- Life Cycles: Invertebrates