Education – Scholarships and Discounted Rates
Fall Field Trip Special – September and October 2016
Field trip admission rates are falling to $3.00 per person for schools making
reservations for September and October 2016. (Regular field trip price is $6.00). Review the many tours available by visiting School Field Trips.
Fall Outreach Special – September 2016
Half-price rates are available for all daytime outreach programs scheduled during the month of September. Review the many programs available by visiting Outreach Programs.
Kids Can Help – November 2016
It is better to give than to receive. During November 2016, students and adults who donate a can of food will receive FREE admission when visiting on a reserved Classic or Science Detectives field trip program. All canned foods will be donated to the St. Louis Area Foodbank.
Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees – September 29 and October 5, 2016
(FREE Teacher Workshop and Field Trip)
This fall workshop is designed to assist teachers in preparing students to participate in the Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees financial literacy field trip program and provide ideas on integrating economic education into the classroom. Attendance at the FREE teacher workshop grants each teacher a FREE field trip! Find more details in Professional Development.
Sponsored by Wells Fargo Advisors.
Title 1 Field Trips
The Magic House is honored to partner with Carr Lane Manufacturing Company to provide Title 1 schools throughout
the bi-state region of Missouri and Illinois with free field trips for students in Kindergarten through Grade 5.
Access for All Scholarships
Free field trip programs are available on a limited basis to Title 1 Schools and schools that serve 50 percent or more free and reduced lunch students. Thanks to our generous donors who contribute to the Museum’s Access for All Scholarship program, The Magic House is able to provide these free learning experiences.
To inquire about Education Program Fund Scholarships, please contact the Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314.288.2413.