Alcatraz East Crime Museum explores the history of American crime, law enforcement, the justice system and the events that spaced our lives.
East TennesseeTEL - 865-453-3278 x 603 Read More
Art Museum of the University of Memphis features a collection of Egyptian, African, and contemporary art; and rotating exhibits of contemporary art and culture. Take a tour led by curatorial staff.
West TennesseeTEL - 901-678-2224 Read More
Bays Mountain Park features roughly 40 miles of trails, a state-of-the-art planetarium, wildlife habitats, exhibits, a lake, ropes course with zip line, and more.
East TennesseeTEL - 423-229-9447 Read More
Students & Scouts explore and learn about exhibits at the Chattanooga Zoo, enroll in a homeschool series for Life Science experience, or even get close up with an educational program.
East TennesseeTEL - 423-697-1322 Read More
Land Between the Lakes offers incredible outdoor recreation and learning experiences through the Golden Pond Planetarium & Observatory, Elk & Bison Prairie, Woodlands Nature Station, Homeplace 1850s Working Farm, and Brandon Spring Group Center.
West TennesseeTEL - 800-525-7077 Read More
Rolling Video Games Nashville brings the entertainment to you! Our 32-foot mobile video gaming theater is available for camps, schools, scouts, homeschool groups and family celebrations. Services: TN, AL-Huntsville, KY-Bowling Green.
Middle TennesseeTEL - 615-669-6249 Read More
Adventure Science Center is a science museum featuring over 175 hands-on interactive exhibits with themes plus a planetarium.
NashvilleTEL - 615-862-5160
Agricenter International offers formal and informal learning about agriculture, forestry, and natural resources covering science, technology, STEM and the environment.
West TennesseeTEL - 901-757-7777
American Museum of Science and Energy is a science museum focuses about energy, especially nuclear power, and the role Oak Ridge played in the Manhattan Project.
Oak RidgeTEL - 865-294-4531
FieldTripdirectory.com offers enriching experiences for Tennessee school groups, scout groups, homeschool groups, camp groups and families at Tennessee Museums.
Tennessee Museums offer field trips that offer hands-on exhibits, guided tours and guided activities for early childhood through high school grades. Tennessee Art Museums, Science Museums, History Museums, Multicultural Museums and Children’s Museums offers educational experiences that support classroom curriculum and scout badge achievement. Beside museums, you can search for other learning experiences at Botanical Gardens, Planetariums, Living History Programs, STEM & STEAM, Planetariums, Farms, Zoos and Aquariums, Theaters and Concerts, Service Learning and more.
Can’t go on a field trip to a museum, your students, scouts, and families can still experience these fun enriching experience by scheduling a Museum Virtual Field Trip anywhere and at anytime.
Want the fun to come to you- book a School Assembly Programs, Outreach Field Trips or Residency at your school, homeschool association or scout council. They support and enhance a school’s curriculum, offers opportunities for scout badge achievement and enriches a camp program. There are mobile museum exhibits, traveling planetariums and classroom and grade level workshops and residencies.