Bring Live Virtual STEM and Social Studies Programs into your Classroom!

Virtual Field Trips are simple, fun, and interactive!

Live Virtual field trips are easy to do and can be set up by us, using our video conferencing software, or by you.  If your school or organization already has programs set up to do live conferencing, it’s as easy as inviting us to join your meeting or session!

Live Virtual Field Trips Are Offered for Pre K – Adults

The following information applies to all Virtual Field Trips, unless otherwise stated.

  • Duration is 30 – 45 minutes
  • Cost is $75 up to 100 participants, $100 for over 100 participants
  • Teachers will be supported by additional classroom resources for some options
  • Resources will be sent to the school once payment is processed
  • Reliable internet connection required, using schools preferred online platform, or Google Meets

To schedule a program please complete a field trip reservation form at the bottom of the page.

Wonder Wings (Pre K)

During Wonder Wings virtual field trips students will learn about “Things that Fly” 

• Story Time focusing on the parts of the plane
• Tour of a Museum hangar

To schedule or for general Information, contact Elizabeth Skinner,
lskinner@museumofaviation.org or complete the field trip reservation form at the bottom of the page.

ACE Plus Live (K - 5th Grades)

The ACE Plus virtual field trips feature a live STEM demonstration, followed by a tour of a Museum hangar.

For your STEM demonstration, please choose one of the following:
• Force and Motion: Focusing on Flight
• Electrical safety: Power Town Demonstration
• States of Matter: Chemical Reaction Experiment
• Weather: Tornadoes, Creating a Vortex

To schedule or for general Information, contact Elizabeth Skinner,
lskinner@museumofaviation.org or complete the field trip reservation form below.

Guided Tour (K - Adults)

Explore history and learn about the aircraft in one of the four buildings at the Museum during guided tour virtual field trips.

If you have a specific request, please advise when scheduling and we will accommodate if possible.

To schedule or for general Information, contact Candi James,
cjames@museumofaviation.org or complete the field trip reservation form below.

On the WWII Home Front (4th - 12th Grades)

Discover “Rosie the Riveter” in character and how the roles of women changed in their effort to support the war during this virtual field trip.

View real artifacts as you learn the roles of the family during WWII.  Learn about rationing and what measures Mom and the family had to take to survive the war.

To schedule or for general Information, contact Candi James,
cjames@museumofaviation.org or complete the field trip reservation form below.

WWII Guided Tour Featuring the Tuskegee Airmen Exhibit (5th Grades)

This is a specialized tour of the WWII Hangar, including the Tuskegee Airmen.

The tour is aligned with the Georgia Performance Standards for 5th grade.

To schedule or for general Information, contact Candi James, cjames@museumofaviation.org or complete the field trip reservation form below.

Mission Quest (6th - 12th Grades)

Join us for a Live Lesson, followed by a tour of a Museum hangar, if time permits.

For your lesson, please choose one of the following curriculum options:

  • Aerospace – Forces of Flight/Bernoulli’s Principles.  Students will learn about the forces of flight and how the shape of an aircraft or a wing affects its movement and ability.
  • Careers in Aviation – Students will learn about the different careers offered in the aviation field as well as education requirements and average salary ranges.
  • Solar System – Students will be presented with realistic demonstrations and lessons on our planets and the solar system using the same programs used in a planetarium.
  • Astronomy – Students will be presented with realistic demonstrations and lessons about astronomy, the stars, constellations, and more using the same programs used in a planetarium.

*For tour-only options, please see the Guided Tour Live program options above.  Some curriculum options include pre & post-test assessments.

To schedule, complete a field trip reservation form below.

For more information, please contact missionquest@museumofaviation.org.

Artifacts, Collections, and Curation (College Students)

This live virtual field trip takes adults and college students on a behind the scenes trip through our collections and curation process.  Students studying for museum and curator degrees will get a live look at how the Museum of Aviation chooses, acquires, stores, and exhibits its artifacts and aircraft.  Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and, if time permits, will receive a tour of an area of the museum.

To schedule, complete a field trip reservation form below.

For more information, please contact education@museumofaviation.org.

In-House, Outreach, & Adult Programs

The National STEM Academy offers in-house and outreach programs.  Use the navigation bar to choose your grade level to learn more.

The National STEM Academy is home to Georgia’s only NASA Regional Educator Resource Center that provides resources, professional development, lessons, and more to teachers and educators of all types.