Ballet Mississippi presents two School Time Performances of The Nutcracker in December. The Nutcracker provides an opportunity for your students to enjoy an emersion to the arts.
The Clinton Community Nature Center features miles of walking trails, Play Forest, Mud Kitchen, Splashing Frog Water Feature, amphitheater, native plants, and hands-on activities.
The International Museum of Muslim Cultures offers educational programs, workshops and resources including a full teaching curriculum for all grade levels, the Timbuktu Human Dignity Curriculum.
Jackson Fire Museum and Public Fire Safety Education Center consists of exhibits covering the history of Jackson’s fire department plus fire safety education.
At the Lower Mississippi River Museum, explore life on the Mississippi River. Find out how different communities, farming families, and the US Army Corps of Engineers utilize the river.
McClain offers educational field trips which includes a Safari tour where staff will provide educational information about the various species that you will see as well as a visit to our Petting Zoo.
Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum provide visitors with a unique learning environment. Mississippi’s rich agricultural history is told through exhibits and artifacts on display.
Mississippi Children’s Museum’s field trips promote hands-on, inquiry-based learning that helps to foster valuable critical thinking skills focusing on arts, history, health & science.
The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum’s mission is to document, exhibit, and educate the public about the American Civil Rights Movement between 1945 and 1970. Combine trip with Museum of Mississippi History.