Bring the museum to you! Experience an engaging family program designed for grades K–5. Discover dinosaurs, life in outer space, glass art, or even archaeology—all delivered by our experienced experts in the comfort of your organization. Programs are designed for families to discover and learn together.
- Museum educators to train volunteers, facilitate presentations, and set up all activities
- All activity supplies, according to the capacity for which you register
- Museum-quality signs and graphics for each activity
- Family-learning handouts
Programs start at just $525 and can be scheduled for Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays from 6–8 p.m. To register for an outreach, contact Valerie Wells at 317-334-3317. For more information, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you dig dinos, this is for you! Make a cast of a T. rex tooth to take home, touch a real dinosaur fossil, and practice the delicate process of excavating fossils.
Take Action: Make a Difference Today
Explore the stories of three extraordinary children: Anne Frank, Ruby Bridges, and Ryan White. Discover ways to deal with bullying, learn about character education and empathy, and inspire your family to take action and make a difference.
Our Water, Our World
Come learn about the different properties of water and how you can help to stop water pollution. Discover ways to save water at home and the importance of the water cycle to our world.
National Geographic Treasures of the Earth
Bring the thrill and science of real archaeological discovery to your family. Become an archaeologist and use clues to assemble Terra Cotta Warriors the way emperor Qin might have done, examine a mystery artifact, and translate hieroglyphs in a pharaoh’s cartouche.
Studio of Colors
Be inspired by the colorful work of artist Dale Chihuly. Make your own art sculpture using balloons, practice abstract painting techniques, and use transparency film to make 3-D art.
Beyond Spaceship Earth
Learn about life in space and discover what it is like on the International Space Station. Work with robotics and circuitry to solve challenges, all while experiencing a little bit of outer space here on Earth.