Field Trips

Visit before December 31, 2019, and get $1 off per student when you book two or more programs!

The Springfield Museums do what few other museums can. We combine art, history, science and Dr. Seuss into one fun-filled day of engaging experiences that reinforce critical thinking and observation skills through inquiry-based learning. We offer a broad range of school programs for all grades and interest levels and all programs link directly to the Massachusetts State Curriculum Frameworks and help students prepare for standardized testing.

Field trips require a two week minimum advanced notice.

By Category

Dr. Seuss Field Trips

Science Field Trips

Social Studies & History Field Trips

Art Field Trips

A Brush With Art
A Brush with Art

Students will journey through four centuries of art from around the world touring numerous galleries within the D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts. They will learn how apprentices used an egg to make paint in the Medieval Gallery. Touring the Impressionist…

Earth Rocks!
Earth Rocks!

Geology rocks! Through hands on activities and demonstrations Students will learn to differentiate the types of rocks that make up the rock cycle; Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic, and how we use the minerals from these rocks in our everyday lives.…

Start With Art
Start with Art

This tour serves as an introduction to a very special place –an art museum. They will be taught  ‘the museum walk’  as they tour several galleries and take part in fun activities such as reinforcing color and clothes recognition in…

Picturing America
Picturing America

See American history come alive through the museum’s American art collection. Students handle and identify artifacts such as Ice Tongs that were used as a tool for carrying blocks of ice. The growth of New England ice harvesting changed how…

Students Earthrocks Art Museum ABC Students In The 20th Century American Gallery

Museums on the Go!

Expand your classroom with our traveling outreach programs. No permission slips or buses needed— our Museums on the Go! educators come to you! In addition to our standard program offerings, our Museums on the Go! team can create a customized outreach visit for your troop meeting, science fair, or community night.

Early Enrichment Days

Each day consists of a different theme and focus, wherein students will participate in hands-on activities, interactive gallery games, crafts, museum exploration and much more! Most appropriate for children ages 3-6.

Early Enrichment Days require a two week minimum advanced notice.

Professional Development

The Museums host a number of educator workshops and professional development events for teachers each year.

To hold your own workshop at the Museums, email (art and history), (science) or (Dr. Seuss).

Family Nights

Are you looking for a fun and educational way to build your schools sense of community? Look no further! Spend an evening exploring the Science Museum’s exhibits, participate in hands-on activities, and view a planetarium show!

For more information or to schedule a family night, email