Planning Your Field Trip

Coming to the Museum

Your Field Trip at the Frontier Culture Museum can either be Self-Guided or Guided.

Visit the Museum

We recommend that you visit the Museum before hand to help you decide what you want your students to see and learn as well as get a feel for the time.  

FCM-Education-Catalog-15-16 cover_Page_01Choose a Program

Your visit should be an extension of the classroom. Decide carefully which of the many programs best supports your classroom curriculum. If time permits, you may choose more than one.  Program Catalog 

Field Trip Registration

Submit your registration request for your Field Trip.  Education Staff will then contact you to confirm a date and finalize your program’s design.


The Frontier Culture Museum is an outdoor living history Museum, therefore it is important that students dress for the current weather.


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Some Old World Fun at the Frontier Culture Museum

Your group will have several suitable choices as to where to eat your lunch.


The Museum has a wonderful store with great gift ideas and children’s section. If your group plans to shop, please allow 20 minutes and chaperone them in small groups.


The Museum recommends 1 chaperone per 5 pre K-2nd and 1 chaperone for every 10 students above 3rd grade. This is to ensure safety and accessibility to small exhibits.


You will receive a confirmation by mail stating the approximate cost and schedule for your planned visit. Please review this carefully and contact the Museum to make any necessary changes before arrival.


Please plan on arriving at least 15 minutes prior to your tour. This will give you time to check-in, organize your groups/chaperones and allow for a restroom break.