Florida Children’s Museum features world-class exhibits that foster creativity, innovation, critical thinking, and imagination for all! Field Trips are aligned to Florida’s B.E.S.T. standards and intentionally support mathematical thinking, the nature of science, and literacy development.
Field Trips for K-3 classes support Florida standards in multiple domains and allow students exploration in multiple galleries. Critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration, and creativity are fostered as children interact with intentionally curated exhibits in the museum. This is learning through play at its best!
Field trips are offered from September through May and can be booked Tuesday through Friday. School groups may choose from two trip options with accommodations for up to 150 guests.
Trips for preschools or camps are offered year round for groups of 10 to 150.
Info for Teachers and Chaperones
- Minimum ratio of 1:9 for supervision, maximum ratio of 1:3
- Each teacher or chaperone is responsible for maintaining supervision of students assigned to them
- Each teacher or chaperone must confirm all assigned students are accounted for prior to moving to a new Museum space
- When field trip has concluded, re-entry to the museum by parents and students requires regular paid admission per person ($15) or presentation of a current family membership.
To see all available Field Trip options and make plans with your team, you can download and print our Field Trip Form here: Field Trip Planning Form.