WOW! strives to be accessible for all children and schools in the community. We are pleased to offer discounted admission to Head Start programs, Title 1 schools, and students with disabilities. Scholarship Field Trips include two hour self-guided explorations of the Museum and are available for booking Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Thanks to WOW!’s Scholarship Program, we are pleased offer discounted admission to Head Start programs, Title 1 Schools and students with disabilities. WOW! Scholarship Field Trips give local school children an opportunity to learn through play and explore the world around them in a fun, unique, and educational environment. Field trips include two hours of self guided explorations of the Museum. During a field trip, children can delve into hands-on exhibits about a variety of subjects, including STEM, art, music, dance, theater, health and practical life. Adult supervisors are encouraged to actively engage and play with children at each exhibit space. We are pleased to offer free adult admission for accompanying adult supervisors and chaperones. Large field trip groups (40 students or more) are welcome to book a field trip visit on a Monday when we are closed to the public.
If you are looking to enhance your field trip experience, add a hands-on science class to your visit! Visit the science class page for more information.
|Number of children/students||Head Start/Title 1 School|
|10-25||$4.00 per child|
|26-40||$3.00 per child|
|Add a Science Class||$2.50 extra per child|
*Reservations are required, and space is limited.
We believe in the power of play and that it develops critical foundational skills that benefit children in school and beyond! While playing in the Museum, children learn to invent, share, explore, and engage with other children. Children will also learn:
Field trips with more than 40 students are welcome to arrange a visit on a Monday when WOW! is closed to the public.
Interested in booking a field trip or have additional questions? Contact the Museum Front Desk, (303) 604-2424 for assistance.