Groups and Field Trips
The Green Bay Children’s Museum Field Trips are available as follows: Tuesday-Friday from 10:00am. – 5:00pm. Field trip reservations are not accepted for peak visitation dates, which include school breaks, holidays and weekends.
A minimum of 20 students is required to receive the following reduced admission for 2 hours. Youths: $5.00 Required Adults: Free*
*In accordance with state law, one adult is required for every four students grades 1-6. Additional Adults: $5.00
Chaperones are identified as individuals 18+ years in age.
Your reservation should be made for the maximum number of youths and adults expected. Actual attendance will be noted upon arrival, and fees will be charged accordingly.
A sack lunch area is available for school groups. Reservations are required and table seating is limited to 80. Availability on a first come first served basis to the city deck is also an option.
Please pack lunches in large boxes labeled with the school name. Adult leaders are responsible for transporting lunches a short distance from the bus to the storage area. Refrigeration at the museum is available.
The Children’s Museum of Green Bay enforces a strong No peanut butter zone. Please no peanut butter in the museum.
Common Field Trip Questions
How do I make a reservation for my field trip?
You may either call 920.432.4397 and ask for Bethany or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What if chaperones in our group are arriving separately?
Upon arrival please have guest sign in at the welcome desk for further instruction.
What are your drop off/pick up policies?
If your group arrives more than 15 minutes late your experience may be shortened. A member of The Children’s Museum staff will meet you on your bus for a brief orientation upon arrival. Please be on time. All groups are asked to stay with their assigned staff person to ensure the best possible experience.
Buses are to bring students to the main entrance of the museum upon arrival.
It is important that groups plan to stay in the museum only for the time allotted. We book school and other groups in a manner that allows everyone to have a pleasant experience at the museum. Arriving extremely early or planning to stay much later without prior arrangements will result in a less-than-ideal experience for your students and other visitors. Please inform us if you know that your group may arrive late.
Buses are to pick up students at the museum’s main entrance at the front of the building for the return trip home.
How long does the field trip last?
All field trips to the Museum are two hours in duration. The Discoveries and Imagination Adventures include group exploration of the museum’s exhibits led by teachers and chaperones.