School Field Trips
Guided field trips through museum exhibits with hands-on activities and art workshops are exciting ways for school students to explore history, culture and art. To schedule a field trip please use the Reservation Request Form or contact Christy Spurlock, 270-745-2594 to arrange a field trip for your specific needs. Field trips may include two or three of the following.
Felts Log House
Students will explore life in south-central Kentucky 200 years ago. Activities include candle rolling, frontier clothes closet, historical toys, schooling, and more. More Information
A Star in Each Flag: Conflict in Kentucky
Explore Civil War history in Kentucky! Hands-on activities include our Civil War clothes closet. More Information
Recommended by Duncan Hines
Learn about the life and work of Bowling Green native, Duncan Hines. Find out how he became a "name brand" icon and pioneer in the world of packaged food. View Commercial
A variety of art workshops are available to add to your field trip itinerary. Hands-on art workshops are an additional $1.50 per student.
Instruments of American Excellence
A collection of the original instruments by which Americans have achieved extraordinary success. More Information
Day @ WKU
Start with a tour of Kentucky Museum exhibits, have lunch on campus, finish with a walking guided tour of the beautiful campus of Western Kentucky University. More Information
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