Address: 918 H Street SE
Auburn Community Campus Auburn, WA 98002
Fieldtrips at the Museum
Engaging school programs are conducted throughout the year for elementary students, home school students, after-school, church and scout groups by trained museum educators.
School tour programs are interactive and inquiry-based and all are aligned with both the CBA’s and the Grade Level Expectations for Washington State. Tour programs consist of both gallery and classroom components.
$3 per student/ 1 chaperone per 5 students admitted free
Reservations: Please contact Erin Hash to book your fieldtrip: email@example.com 253-876-1937
o Offered Tuesday - Friday
o 9:30am, 11:30am, 1:30pm
o Museum Field trips are 90 minute long
Sharing our Stories
Grade Levels K-2
This interactive tour is designed to create connections for young students between their lives and that of the people who created our area’s unique history. Students investigate artifacts from pioneer times and Native American culture, explore a recreated town center from the 1920’s and more!
This engaging tour leads students through a hands-on exploration of the various historic careers. Mysterious tools and belongings help students discover all the hard work that helped shape this valley. With books, crafts, games and more, history comes alive!
This interactive tour engages students on two cultural levels. Kids investigate how Native Americans used natural resources to shape their lives wile identifying cultural differences and similarities between Eastern and Western Washington tribes.