Field Trip Guide
Download the 2017-2018 ASTRONOMY & SPACE EXPERIENCES FIELD TRIP GUIDE.
Field Trip Fees
Single Program: $4.00/student
EXTEND YOUR VISIT AND VALUE WITH MULTIPLE PROGRAMS!
- Stars & Rocks Double Program (Barlow show & Weis tour)
- Stars & Planets Double Program (2 Barlow star shows)
- Stars & Space Double Program (1 Barlow star show & 1 Barlow Orbit science demonstration)
- Triple Program: $10.50/student ($3.50/student/program)
Weekday Star Shows: $50/program
Weekend/Evening Star Shows: $100/program
Weekday Orbit Science Demos: $100/program
Weekend/Evening Orbit Science Demos: $150/program
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The Friendly Sky (Grades PK & K)
The Friendly Sky is designed to be the best possible introduction to astronomy and the planetarium environment for the youngest of students. Students use their imaginations and the stars to play a celestial game of connect-the-dots. Each program ends with a tour of the constellations, stars and planets that are in the current nighttime sky. 50 minutes
Our Place in Space (Grades 1 & 2)
Science is all about asking questions and investigating answers. Our Place is Space handles the earliest science questions that students about their world: What causes day and night? How does the Moon change shape? What causes the seasons to change? Each program ends with a tour of the constellations, stars and planets that are in the current nighttime sky. 50 minutes
Solar System Exploration (Grades 3-5)
The solar system is a truly amazing place filled with fascinating worlds just waiting to be discovered. Students will see some of the latest images of the Sun, planets, moons and dwarf planets. Each program ends with a tour of the constellations, stars and planets that are in the current nighttime sky. 50 minutes
Galactic Quest (Grades 6-8)
Our home galaxy, The Milky Way, is filled with 200 billion stars. Galactic Quest tours your student past the most interesting objects in our galaxy – stars, nebulae, star clusters – to learn how stars are born, how they are classified, and the amazing ways they end their lives. Each program ends with a tour of the constellations, stars and planets that are in the current nighttime sky. 50 minutes
Universe (Grades 9-12)
When discussing the universe, the facts can be truly amazing and mind-boggling. How large is the universe? How old is the universe? Where did the universe come from? Universe not only answers these questions, but also explorers the spectacular methods astronomers used to find the answers. Each program ends with a tour of the constellations, stars and planets that are in the current nighttime sky. 50 minutes
Orbit (Grades 3-12)
Experience the science behind spaceflight in this brand presentation featuring interactive science demonstrations. Discover what is necessary to safely launch to and return from space, what changes when you live in space, how you go to the bathroom and how everyday objects behave when in space.
Any programs currently on our public schedule can be added as well.
Follow the Drinking Gourd (Grades PK-2)
Discover how, in the 1800’s, escaped slaves in the Underground Railroad used music and astronomy to find their way to freedom. 50 minutes
The Explorers (Grades 3-8)
Discover how Polynesian sailors navigated between the tiny islands in the South Pacific stars, waves and birds to find their way. 50 minutes
Journey into the Living Cell (Grades 6-12)
Instead of going OUT, journey INTO the amazing “universe” of a living cell. 50 minutes
Stories in the Sky (Grades 6-12)
Have mythology come to life with an in-depth tour of the nighttime sky. 50 minutes