Planning Group Visits/Field Trips

Who’s up for a group visit/field trip?

Bring classroom experiences to life with a visit to The Schoolhouse Children’s Museum and Learning Center. By exploring two floors of hands-on exhibits, or choosing a focused structure, students and teachers, alike, will experience history, science, arts, and more in an interactive format.

Steps to group visit/field trip planning:
1. Identify your desired date and time.  We suggest having two alternative dates.

2. Have contact information available to provide to the visit planner (Group/Organization name,      grade/age of students, contact person, address, phone number, fax number and email address)

3. Estimate the number of students and chaperones who will attend

4. Call (561) 742-6785 for information and to book your visit.

Price Information:

  • $3.00 per student: Basic Group/Field Trip Visit
  • $5.50 per student: Focused Group/Field Trip Visit
  • Minimum 10 students
  • Maximum 30 students (Please call for further information)

Chaperone Policy:

  • The Museum requires 1 adult chaperone (18 yrs. or older) for every 6 children. This includes teachers, teacher aides and parents.
  • Required chaperones are admitted FREE; additional adults over the required number are $5 each.
  • What if I am missing a chaperone? Groups may be charged an additional $25.00 on the day of the visit.
  • The Museum reserves the right to turn away groups based on the number of missing chaperones.

Additional information:

  • A $25.00 deposit is required for all groups making reservations.  Your visit is not considered booked until the deposit has been received.
  • Should you cancel your visit the deposit is non-refundable.
  • Please make checks payable to Schoolhouse Children’s Museum & Learning Center.  Payments can also be made using Visa, Mastercard, Amex or cash.
  • Please contact the Group Visit/Field Trip Coordinator prior to your visit if you have any special needs.  Phone: (561) 742-6785, Email:
  • Payment in full must be made on the day of your visit after a final count of students and chaperones is determined.