Education services at the Fairbanks Museum are designed to inspire, engage and encourage students to become curious about our natural world. These programs are developed by Museum educators to meet Next Generation Science Standards.
The Museum's learning experiences take place in our awe-inspiring galleries, state-of-the-art Lyman Spitzer Jr. Planetarium, Nature Classroom, Exploration Station, Science Lab and outdoor spaces.
You’ll discover the natural world with trained naturalists and scientists, including specialists in astronomy, meteorology, botany, and other earth sciences.
$5/student for a gallery tour
$8/student for 1 program
$10/student for 2 programs
Minimum rates apply for groups of fewer than 10 students.
Making it happen ...
- Target Field Trip Grants (to $700) Deadline: Sept 30, 2015
- Lowe's Toolbox for Education Grants (to $5,000) projects that have a permanent impact on a K-12 school community through Lowe’s Charitable and Education Foundation. Deadline Oct. 16, 2015
- Vermont Arts Council Cultural Routes grants ($200) from the Vermont Arts Council fund student field trips to art and cultural institutions. vermontartscouncil.org. Rolling deadline