THE WORKS MUSEUM

It’s not too late to book your spring field trip or group visit!

Now is the time to schedule your spring field trip or spring break group visit to The Works Museum. We make engineering easy for you and fun for your students. Plan a visit, or let us bring the STEM fun to you!

Whether you’re looking for a fun spring field trip or a group outing over spring break, The Works Museum has an option that’s right for you! Schedule a Museum visit, bring a workshop to your school, or plan a Family Engineering Night for your organization.

Field Trips and Groups at The Works Museum:
Experience exciting hands-on engineering activities and science fun with your elementary aged students. Our exhibits are located on one easy-to-supervise level, perfect for groups. The Works Museum is ideal for students in grades K-6, giving them an inspiring and interactive first experience in the applications of STEM fields.

Add a workshop to your field trip for even more fun learning. All of our workshops support the Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in science. Topics include Light and Kaleidoscopes, Circuit Explore, Mixing Molecules, Motor Power, and many more! All workshops include hands-on activities and a take-home project. We offer workshops for students in Pre-K all the way to Grade 6, in either 30-, 60-, or 90-minute lengths.

Interested in our engineering experiences, but don’t want to come to the Museum? We can bring the STEM fun to you with one of the following options:

– Visiting Workshops – A 60- or 90-minute workshop for a group of students. You pick the workshop, place, and time, we bring the engineering.

– Residencies – When there are too many students to arrange transportation, we can set up a residency at your school where we lead workshops for multiple classes over several days.

– Family Engineering Nights – These special evenings are ideal as stand-alone events or as an addition to a family night, open house, or science fair. We provide engineering activities for parents and kids to do together, all the required supplies, and training for volunteers.

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