School tours are content-rich, hands-on experiences that support the New York State social studies standards and align with the Common Core Standards. Students explore primary sources through inquiry-based discussion and activities facilitated by Museum educators. All tours can be adapted for groups with special needs.

  • Field Trips

    Student groups from elementary, middle and high schools visit the Museum for programs in our galleries and our state-of-the art classrooms. Students build their critical thinking skills to support their success in school and throughout their lives.

  • Online Resources for Your Visit

    The City Museum has online resources designed to prepare educators to bring their students to the Museum, introduce key concepts covered during the programs, and continue the conversation back in the classroom. To view the pre-and-post visit materials for The Grid, New York City Bridges, and Getting Around: How Transportation Shaped the City, as well as a general introduction to school programs and an overview of the online collections portal, view our Teacher Resource Guides