Increase your field trip potential.
The Bradbury Science Museum Association is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the educational mission of the Bradbury Science Museum. We would like to help you bring your class to Los Alamos to enjoy a day of educational activities. For field trip sponsorship request form, please go to www.bradburyassociation.org.
Want to extend your field trip beyond the Bradbury Science Museum? After your trip to the museum, take your class to another one of these fabulous destinations: The Los Alamos History Museum, the Pajarito Environmental Education Center, the Larry Walkup Aquatic Center or the Los Alamos Ice Rink. Many are within walking distances of each other!
A Day at the Bradbury Science Museum
The science museum in Los Alamos has exhibits relevant to students of all ages. Interactive exhibits explore topics spanning the history of Los Alamos, the original mission and citizens of the town, to current research initiatives including biofuels and nanotechnology.
Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC)
The Los Alamos Nature Center features exciting, interactive exhibits that get kids and adults thinking and having fun while learning about nature in northern New New Mexico. PEEC offers a variety of field trips and classroom visits to enrich your curriculum and familiarize your students with the natural world right here in Los Alamos County. Programs are aligned with standards and taught by experienced environmental educators or subject-matter experts.
Los Alamos History Museum
The Los Alamos Historical Society provides tours for school groups of every grade level. Each tour includes the history of the geography in Los Alamos, Fuller Lodge, the Romero Cabin, Ancestral Pueblo Dwellings, Bathtub Row, and the Historical Museum. Children learn about the people who contributed to each era of Los Alamos history and the functions of the buildings and landforms that are still present today.