FIELD TRIPS

Experience interdisciplinary Texas–Explore history, science, language arts, ESL, the arts, and many other stories of Texas through the Bullock Museum’s school field trip program.

The Bullock Museum’s school tour program invites teachers and students from across the state and beyond to explore the history, culture and science of Texas past and present, and to inspire thought about what lies in the future. With three floors of exhibitions including two special exhibition galleries, two theaters, volunteer-led conversation carts, and a variety of Student Special Event days, there is something for every grade level and subject area.

Groups of 10 or more can visit the Museum on a Group Rate, which is free exhibit admission for teachers and students. There are also scholarship opportunities for films in the Texas Spirit Theater.

For more information visit our field trips page or speak with a Bullock Reservationist at (512) 463-6712 or Reservations@TheStoryofTexas.com.

DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMS

Can’t bring your class to the Museum? Bring the Museum to your class!

Experience the Story of Texas right in your classroom. Distance Learning at the Museum allows teachers and
students across the Texas and beyond to explore history in exciting new ways through FREE live, interactive, two-way
video conferencing.

For more information visit our distance learning page or email Distance.Learning@TheStoryofTexas.com.

EDUCATOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The Bullock Museum offers a variety of programs and resources designed for elementary, middle, and high school educators that explore multidisciplinary topics featured in the Museum’s exhibitions and films. Educators will learn methods for teaching with artifacts and primary sources, and teaching strategies for TEKS-based activities to use in the classroom.

For more information and a calendar of programs, visit our professional development page or email Education@TheStoryofTexas.com

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