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Resources for Your Field Trip

Dried SeastarsThese activities and forms are designed to assist you in planning your school or youth group’s visit to the Seymour Marine Discovery Center. In addition to logistical information for you and your chaperones, you’ll find a number of activities for different grade level ranges. Also provided are ready-to-copy activities for high school students.

Check this site periodically to view additional activities added throughout the year.

Field Trip Logistics

Teacher and Student Behavior Contract
Driving Directions
Seymour Marine Discovery Center Exhibit Hall Map

Chaperone Information

For Self-guided Visits
For Reserved Tours
For Discovery Lab & Tour

Chaperone to Student Ratios for:
Self-guided Exhibit Exploration (K-12, Community College)
Self-guided Visit (Preschool and Youth Groups)
Reserved Tours

Chaperone Instructions for Small Groups

On-site Activities

Scavenger hunts:
Entry Theater
Shipwreck Deck/Breezeway
Aquarium Tanks
“What is Science?”
“Who are Scientists?”
“Why is Science Important?”

Chaperone-facilitated activities:
Blue Whale Skeleton Activity

“What is Science?”
K-4 Activities
Grades 5-8 Activities

“Who are Scientists?”
Grades 5-8 Activities

“Why is Science Important?”
K-4 Activities
Grades 5-8 Activities

“Asking Questions”
K-4 Activities
Grades 5-8 Activities

Blue Whale Information Sheet

High School activities:
Coming soon.

Days & Hours

Tuesday - Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM

Resources for Your Field Trip

What's New!

Science Sunday:
Your Brain on Water

Sunday, November 16
Marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols combines cutting-edge neuroscience with compelling personal stories to show how proximity to water can impact your life.

2014 Ken Norris
Memorial Lecture

Thursday, November 20
A unique perspective on work, family, and the future of our blue planet.

Behind-the-Scene Tours
Come discover a working marine lab!



Stay informed about tours, activites & events throughout the year