STEAM Connections Field Trips are designed to be interactive, educational and hands-on for students of all ages. With several standards-aligned curriculums, classrooms get an exciting opportunity to explore science and technology in a way that also introduces STEM concepts to them in an informal learning setting.
*Generally, field trips for public schools, especially Title 1 designated schools are funded by Foundation Grants and the Montana Photonics Industry Alliance. Private schools and homeschool groups are charged a group rate. Funding may also be available through individual school’s Parent Advisory Committees (PACs).
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For details on each of the lessons, please contact our Director of Education.
Field Trip Inquiry
Self-Guided STEM ActivitiesAdd-on simple science experiments are available.
Self-Guided STEM ActivitiesIncredible Insects!
Engineering & 3D DesignIntro to Programming, Using ScratchSimple Electrical CircuitsLooking Into Light (a partnership with MPIA)
Engineering & 3D DesignIntro to Programming, Using ScratchLooking Into Light (a partnership with MPIA)Photonics: Lasers & Lights (a partnership with MPIA)
Planning your field trip is easy! Choose from one of the options below, or give us a call and we can help answer your questions.
Mon - Fri, reservations required
$5 per student (minimum of 8 kids); chaperones free.
After a brief orientation by our Visitor Services staff, your group may explore and experience the museum at your own pace (STEAMlab not included).
Tues, Wed, Thur | 10 am or 1 pm | 1.5 hours
(additional times may be available upon request)
$5 per student; chaperones free.
Group limit: 40 students
Geared for Grades K-3, these programs are led by a Museum Educator and feature hands-on activities on a variety of STEM topics. Additional science or hands-on activity can be added for $75 per classroom.
$125 (1-12 students) | $250 (13-24 students)
Group limit: 24 students
STEAM Connections field trips are interactive, standards-based field trips and take place in our high-tech STEAMlab. They are facilitated by MSC Staff & MSU pre-service teachers.
For additional field trip curricula details or to schedule a trip, call us at 406.522.9087 or email Natalia Kolnik, Director of Education.