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Join us for a spectacular day of fun in the sun! We have prepared a wonderful outdoor event in DeLeon Plaza for your 2nd graders to experience some magical STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) activities in a world full of Dr. Seuss! Each group will get to visit Prosperity Bank where they will get an inside look into money & math, plus a visit to the DeLeon Plaza for some open-air STEAM exploration!

On top of all that, your group can choose from 3 different partner locations for a unique hands-on experience in Downtown Victoria. Choose from Lego Robotics at the Library, Computer Coding at the Victoria Preservation Inc. Building, or a Historic Courthouse Tour!

There are two sessions, but space is limited and spots are filled on a first come, first served basis, so please don't delay! The cost is $7/student and this includes room for your group at the Welder Center for a brown bag lunch (cooler can be dropped off upon arrival). If you have any questions, please contact the museum and ask for Doug or email at 

Session One (9am-12pm)

Group 1 - Courthouse Visit, Lunch @ 11:30am  FULL

Group 2 - Courthouse Visit, Lunch @ 11:30am FULL

Group 3 - Lego Robotics @ VPL, Lunch @11:30am FULL

Group 4 - Lego Robotics @ VPL, Lunch @11:00am FULL

Group 5 - Computer Coding with CDM, Lunch @11:30am FULL

Group 6 - Computer Coding with CDM, Lunch @11:00am 24 Spots



Session Two (10:30am - 1:30pm)

Group 7 - Courthouse Visit, Lunch @ 12:00pm FULL

Group 8 - Courthouse Visit, Lunch @ 11:00am FULL

Group 9 - Lego Robotics @ VPL, Lunch @12:00pm FULL

Group 10 - Lego Robotics @ VPL, Lunch @11:00am FULL

Group 11 - Computer Coding with CDM, Lunch @12:00pm 17 Spots

Group 12 - Computer Coding with CDM, Lunch @11:00am 14 Spots

To download The Event Schedule please click below:



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Brand New for 2019!

This facilitated field trip during our 9-11am timeslot is for Grades 1-3 and includes exploration in the museum’s permanent and special exhibits as well as hands-on guided workshops. Choose from one of the following programs, please see Education Program Guide for full information.

Click below to book your group's next adventure!

Migration Station

Colorful Life [RE]Cycles

Where the Water Flows




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 Take advantage of this opportunity for hands-on learning as your group explores the museum’s exhibits at its own pace. Check out all things STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics] related in the Discovery Lab; unleash your creativity using a variety of media and materials in the Art Place; create designs with the Gigantic Lite Brite; and explore our current traveling exhibit for a hands-on learning experience. Your group will be able to take advantage of special workshops and programs (targeted to your grade level) as available throughout the school year. A teacher guide to the activities will be provided one week prior to your arrival at the museum. Indoor picnic lunch areas (on the floor) can be reserved, subject to availability. Field trips are $6/student with a minimum of 12 students required. Sign your group up today!