Field Trip Experience; Outreach Program
2 - 5
Varies by Location*
Main Aquarium Campus,
Your School or Location
This presentation empowers your students to investigate biomes all over the world, ranging from distant rain forests and deserts to the forests found right in your backyard. Discover how animals use adaptations to survive in these very different places. Your class will observe, compare and study adaptations of various animals with Aquarium experts.
This program is available at the Aquarium as a field trip add-on or in your school or location as an outreach program.
Live animals: Yes, as available
Duration: 45 minutes
Minimum number of students: 12
Maximum number of students: 64 at the Aquarium; 30 per session at your school or location
*Price at the main Aquarium campus: $7 per student
*Price at your school or location: $190 for first program; $100 for each additional program booked for the same day
The National Aquarium education team will begin accepting requests for outreach programs for the 2022-23 school year in June 2022. Outreach programs are available November through April. Additional programs on the same day in the same location may be available for an additional fee.
*Depending on your location, travel fees of $25 to $100 may be applicable.
Educators, please download and make use of these resource materials developed to align with this program before or after your scheduled session. If you are unable to book an experience with our team but would still like your students to experience this program, we welcome you to download your own copy of this curriculum and add it to your upcoming lesson plans.
You must cancel your reservation at least 21 days prior to your scheduled program to receive a full refund. If you cancel your reservation less than 21 days in advance or fail to participate in your scheduled program, you forfeit all program fees.
The National Aquarium is dedicated to creating an environment that is inclusive, equitable and accessible to people from all backgrounds. We cannot successfully change the way humanity cares for our ocean planet without connecting with and appreciating the broad diversity of identities, backgrounds, experiences and perspectives that make our community unique.