Book your field trip for October 4, 2022 - June 27, 2023! Live theater performances and guided tour options align with a range of state and national learning criteria including the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards.
All guided field trips and theater experiences are $13 per student.
2022-23 Field Trip Catalog (PDF)
Preparing for your Trip and Extending the Learning
Double Your Learning at LICM ... and Save 25%
Select two LICM programs during your visit to maximize the value of your bus investment. Consider adding a live theater performance to your day OR a second exhibit exploration to create a an unforgettable day for your students.
BONUS: When you book a Double Your Learning day, your schedule will include a 30-minute lunch break. The cafeteria usage fee will be waived for groups booking this option.
Fee: $19/student; includes guided morning and afternoon programs and LICM cafeteria usage.
LICM4all is a Museum-wide initiative to reach, engage and better serve students with disabilities. LICM4all tours are field trips created with the needs of self-contained classes in mind, providing flexibility and accommodations to create a comfortable and welcoming environment for your students. LICM4all tours include a Museum educator specially trained to assist students in gaining the most from their visit. Specific dates will be suggested to provide students with a quieter and calmer environment for a school visit.
Self-guided tours are available Tuesday–Sunday for groups with a minimum of 10 children. Reservations must be made at least two weeks prior to the tour date and are based on availability. The cost for a self-guided tour is $12 per person (children and adults).
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Bring LICM to You
Can't make it to the Museum? We can come to you through one of our Outreach Programs. Outreaches are designed to captivate children through exploration, demonstration and experiential activities. Workshops last approximately one hour and are generally offered for groups of 25-30 children and their adult chaperones. See outreach options.