Elementary Science Field Trips To The Works Museum
Introduce your students to engineering with field trips to
The Works Museum!
Experience exciting hands-on engineering activities and science fun with your elementary aged students. Explore interactive exhibits in the Museum featuring building, simple machines, optics, sensors, and more! Our Museum experiences are located on one easy-to-supervise level.
Length: One hour. Museum only.
Cost: $7.00/student (price does not include workshop).
Workshops support the Minnesota K-6 Academic Standards in science.
Include a workshop in your field trip for more science education and engineering fun. Workshop topics include Light and Kaleidoscopes, Chemical Changes, Pasta Bridges, Super Circuits, and more! We offer elementary engineering activities and science education workshops in 30, 60, 90 minute, or 2-hour long blocks. Cost varies by length.
Length: 30 min. – 2 hours depending on the workshop.
Workshop only cost: $8.50 – $14/student depending on the workshop (does not include Museum visit. )
Workshop plus Museum visit cost: Workshop fee (varies depending on the workshop) + $5 per student.
Learn more in our Educator Program Guide. Or view all workshop topics and prices here.
Reservations are required. Schedule your elementary engineering field trips early to ensure your first choice of dates. Please complete a reservation request form with the link below, or email email@example.com with questions.
No Bus? No Problem.
Our educators can also come to your location. Read about workshops at your school.
Asynchronous and synchronous virtual workshops are also available.
All workshops feature hands-on engineering activities and support Minnesota K-6 Academic Standards in science.
The kids had a ball! Everything went smoothly…we hope to do more of your workshops in the future, so many of them align perfectly with the science standards.
It was amazing! The students said it was the best field trip they have ever been on. It fits so well into what we are learning in sixth grade, and other grades could get so much out of it!