FIELD TRIPS

Schedule a field trip at the Museum! Great for schools, day camps and home school groups.

See below for information.

FIELD TRIPS

Group Size 10-100 children

 

Recommended grade level Preschool-3rd Grade

Price

Adults/Teachers:    $5.00 Children/Students: $5.00

Time Slots

90 minute self-guided tour

9:15am – 10:45am

11:15am – 12:45pm

1:00pm – 2:30pm

*A 30-minute lunch time may also be reserved at the time of booking

**Please note that time slots are not adjustable. 

Days

Wednesday – Friday

(Some Tuesdays)

Field Trips must be booked in advance.

To schedule a field trip or for more information please call 209-465-4386 or email the Field Trip Coordinator at cms1assistant@gmail.com

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WHAT IS THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM?

The CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF STOCKTON is a hands-on, interactive environment that encourages students to learn through discovery.

The Museum, an exciting educational resource, is committed to working with teachers to enrich their everyday curriculum. Our 22,000 sq. ft. building houses over 40 exhibits which represent various civic and commercial establishments accessible in this unique child sized world.  Children can "try out" various occupations using tools of the trade. In addition, there is a fleet of real vehicles to enhance their experience in the adult world. Drive a tractor on the farm, sort the mail at the Post Office, select food from the market, and board the fire engine to protect your “town”. It's all possible at the Children's Museum of Stockton, where EVERYTHING is a know-know!

To schedule a field trip please send the completed Field Trip Request Form via fax 209-465-4394 or email to the Field Trip Coordinator cms1assistant@gmail.com

CONTACT

209-465-4386

402 West Weber Avenue
Stockton, CA 95203

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The Children's Museum of Stockton is a non-profit organization that provides an interactive educational environment for children to learn, play and explore.

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