Tuesdays-Fridays • Grades K-12 • 75 students max • FREE
Schedule your visit two weeks in advance utilizing our Tour Request Form. Please break into smaller groups of 5-10 students. We require one adult chaperone for every 10 students and ask that they actively intervene should any behavioral issues arise. Explore our exhibits, study the outdoor sculptures and architecture, or enjoy a picnic lunch in the park outside of the museum.
We encourage you to utilize one of our self-guided activity sheets for your visit. If you cannot print your own they are available at our front desk. If possible please bring your own pencils and writing/clip boards (we have a limited number of these items available at the front desk).
- Museum Picture Hunt - Ages 6-12, challenges visitor to explore and find 10 items throughout the museum and answer a question about those objects.
- Step Back in Time - Grades 3-5, a fun and informative activity featuring short answer questions, picture matching, and true and false questions.
- Museum Interactive Guide - High School & other adult visitors, an inquiry based activity with 9 questions about exhibits throughout the museum.
Tuesdays-Fridays • Grades K-12 • 35 students max • FREE
We offer 60-minute guided tours for visiting school groups of 35 students or fewer. Schedule your visit two weeks in advance utilizing our Tour Request Form. Please break into smaller groups of 5-10 students. We require one adult chaperone for every 10 students and ask that they actively intervene should any behavioral issues arise. Tours are led by trained volunteer docents.
Hands on History Guided Programs
COMING SOON! • Grades 3 & 4 • 75 students max • $2 suggested donation per student
In 2014 the museum will launch our 3rd and 4th grade guided Hands on History experience for visiting school groups. This program will address the Colorado Academic Standards for history focusing on analysis of historical sources, creating and interpreting timelines, and comparing history to life today. Programs will be led by trained volunteer docents.
Contact the Programs Assistant, Shaye Smith at 719-385-5631 or email at email@example.com to discuss educational programs at the Museum.
The museum’s classroom programs are currently unavailable. We will update the status of these programs on this page.
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