MoPOP’s education programs use the universe of pop culture to inspire curiosity, invite open dialogue, foster collaboration and creative thinking, and provide equitable access to all.
Our innovative exhibitions, hands-on activities, and interactive workshops help your students make connections between popular music, storytelling, writing, movies, comics, and your classroom curriculum.
Please find all associated information regarding our Field Trips + Education Groups below!
Have a question that isn't answered here? For more information, contact the Education Program Coordinator at Education@MoPOP.org or 206-262-3239.
Eligible education groups qualify for a discounted general museum admission of $6.00 per person for K-12 groups or $10 per person for college/university groups. To qualify, reservations must be made by a teacher (K-12, homeschool, college/university, etc.), school administrator, or designated parent representative. Special exhibition access may incur additional fees.
All education visits include an orientation and self-guided gallery access for the day. Enhance your visit by adding an in-museum workshop!
Education group visits are available during museum open hours. Workshops and livestreams are available Monday-Friday. Museum visits and programs must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.
Transportation reimbursement is available to limited number of qualified groups. To be considered please complete the application form three weeks before your scheduled visit.
Add an in-museum workshop for your class of up to 30 students. Align language arts, social studies, science, music, and visual arts learning objectives through engaging hands-on, student-centered workshops. These 60 minute classes include gallery visits and suggestions for taking learning back into your classroom. Please note: workshops must be booked directly with MoPOP staff via email or phone. Workshops cannot be booked online.
For more information on workshops, school visits, and more, please contact the Education Program Coordinators at Education@MoPOP.org or call 206-262-3239.