In addition to field trip tours, the Museum offers the following specialized programs tailored to fit the needs of scout troops, homeschool students and school groups with limited field trip resources. Choose from:
The Celebrate Women Patch Tour offers participating Girl Scout™ troops the opportunity to earn a “Celebrate Women” patch while touring the Museum and learning about the contributions of California’s women to history.
Includes a scavenger hunt activity on self-guided tours of “California’s Remarkable Women” and current exhibits, plus an official “Celebrate Women” patch for each participant.
The Dolores Huerta Patch Tour offers Girl Scout™ troops the unique opportunity to earn the “Dolores Huerta” patch while exploring the Museum’s multiple exhibits detailing the life and legacy of the iconic Latina activist and former Girl Scout™.
Homeschool Day offers small groups an opportunity to experience the Museum’s K-12 educational programs aligned with California State Content Standards, Common Core and CASEL Core Competencies and Civics outcomes while enjoying discounted admission usually only offered to groups of 30 or more.
This traveling trunk program brings the Museum’s Japanese American incarceration program to your campus and a pivotal chapter of history to life for middle and high school students over a 2 week period.