Virtual Field Trips
Bring the wonder and excitement of the Buffalo Museum of Science to your classroom – virtually!
Our experienced facilitators will bring a unique educational experience and scientific expertise to your students. Whether you’re looking for an eye-popping science demonstration or a Behind-the-Scenes tour, we can customize programming to suit your needs.
- $125 per program
- $100 per additional program on the same topic and day
For more information or to book your experience, please contact [email protected] or call us at 716.896.5200 x 391.
These programs require the facilitator to remotely present to you classroom, including sharing media. This may mean that they would need to be granted co-hosting rights. Please see your IT administrator for details or restrictions.
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For other resources for your classroom, check out our Virtual Science Fair activities or our YouTube channel.
Virtual Field Trip Programs
What can fossils tell us about dinosaurs? What did they eat? How big were they? Explore our exhibit, Rethink Extinct, and examine the fossils of creatures that lived long ago.
Get up close to some incredible insects! In our Bug Works science studio, examine live and preserved insects, observing their anatomy and behavior.
What can we learn from the rocks under our feet? Virtually visit Our Marvelous Earth and explore the Museum’s collection of rocks and minerals.
Understand our place in space and how space science can drive our future! Take a trip to Buffalo in Space and explore the stars, planets and surprises above us.
Explore cultures around the world through the Museum’s education collection. Students will compare civilizations’ traditions, beliefs and geography through our Artifacts science studio.
From the Arctic to tropical rainforests, discover ecosystems from around the world using biofacts from the Museum’s collection.
Investigate weather’s impact on our lives and the environment. Explore the exhibit Our Marvelous Earth and gain an understanding of the interactions between air, water and land.