School, Evening, Overnight Programs and Self-Guided Tours
Solo Mission: Self-guided school tour
Let your class explore the Museum in small groups accompanied by adult chaperones. Try a scavenger hunt, visit aircraft cockpits, take in a demonstration — there’s always plenty to see and do at the Museum.
In a self-guided tour, you define the program. Students should be divided into small groups, each accompanied by one or more adult chaperones. These groups then explore the Museum according to either guidelines you set out or their own interests (or a combination of the two).
Increase the fun or add a sense of competition with a scavenger hunt (available at the admissions desk). Students can also visit aircraft cockpits and see demonstrations as they explore all aspects of aviation and space.
Timing is up to you, but allowing at least 1 to 2 hours for a self-guided visit is suggested.
Self-guided visits are appropriate for all grades. You can create guidelines (for example, examining particular aircraft or viewing certain exhibitions) to align with specific curriculum requirements.
Make the most of your museum outing with these tips to help you plan your visit.
$4 per student, chaperones free (minimum fee of $85)
Fees do not include applicable taxes.
To reserve this program, please complete the online reservation request form.Back to top