Make the Most of Your Next Field Trip
Our student trip resources are designed for grades six through twelve, but can be tailored for a collegiate level, too. The Exhibit Resources Guide gives you a quick overview of the galleries and the educational standards addressed in each, along with helpful information to prepare your students for their visit.
A visit through our galleries can help your students with the following standards: American History—grades 6–8; U.S. History I—grades 9–10; U.S. History II—grades 10–12.
Educator Resources & Activities
Download activities and resources for yourself and your students to use before your trip, while you’re here, and as follow-up after your visit.
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Helpful Planning Notes
• Reservations must be made in advance by contacting Group Sales at email@example.com. We request a minimum of a two-week advance reservation.
• Final headcount and full payment are due at least one week prior to your group visit.
• Student groups receive one complimentary Adult admission for every 10 students.
• Museum content is designed for middle-school age and older. Minimum age requirement for group admission is 10 years old.
• We suggest allowing 90 minutes for your visit.
• Plan to arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled admission time.
• Groups may unload and load at the nearby Independence Transportation Center on Race Street between 5th & 6th (beside the National Constitution Center).
• Upon arrival, the group leader should check in at the Admissions Desk.
• Maintain a ratio of one adult chaperone per every 10 students at all times.
• Each student and adult will receive an FLDC Lamp and accompanying coded card with instructions on their use from our staff.
• Depending on the size of your group, we may divide your group into several smaller groups and stagger their entrance into the galleries.
• The museum is a self-guided experience. There currently are no staff-led tours.
• A self-check coat room is available, including free use of secure lockers (limited availability).
• There is no lunchroom on site and no food or drink is permitted inside the exhibit galleries.
• The museum store offers souvenirs of the visit, books, and gifts.
• Bus loading and unloading is at the nearby Independence Transportation Center on Race Street between 5th & 6th (beside the National Constitution Center.
• Bus parking is at the Callowhill Bus Center for a $20 daily fee with in and out privileges.
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