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Field Trips K-12

The Levine Museum field trip offers schools an immersive and engaging experience of local New South history covering the period from the end of the Civil War to the present. Aligned with history and social studies standards, visits can be tailored to the needs of different learning levels from kindergarten through 12th grade.

Teachers can select from two field trip packages:

Self-guided -- where students explore the galleries with their chaperones.

Directed Inquiry -- an activity-based exploration framed by compelling questions which encourage detective work, analysis of evidence and critical thinking skills.

Groups consist of 10 or more individuals and should be scheduled approximately 2 weeks in advance of the visit.

Payment is due in full in advance or upon arrival at the Museum on the day of your tour and must be paid in a single transaction. Admission fees are based on the number of people who are present upon arrival. 

Parking:

Vans and cars may park in the Seventh Street Station next to the Museum and receive 2 hours of validated, complimentary parking. After 2 hours, parking fees apply.

Bus parking is available but must be arranged in advance.

Bring your group and discover how the South has reinvented itself from field to factory to finance - from 1865 to today. 

Select an offering below. 

 

Self-Guided Museum Tour

Groups interested in exploring the Museum on their own may schedule a self-guided tour. This option allows individuals to visit each exhibit at their own pace, and focus time in areas that are of particular interest.
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New Directed Inquiry Field Trip

School groups interested in piloting the Museum's New Directed Inquiry tour.
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