Homeschool Days: Prehistoric Mammals of Montana

Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 9:00am – 4:00pm

Museum of the Rockies believes that every Montana child, regardless of income or geography, should have the chance to stare down a T. rex, weave on an 1890’s-era loom, or experience the wider world through our changing exhibits. To ensure the museum is accessible for homeschool students, MOR offers limited, free admission on a monthly basis for homeschool families.

Homeschool families may make reservations to visit Museum of the Rockies one day each month and engage in museum learning through a self-guided, thematic activity. To ensure the museum is able to meet current county and state guidelines, reservations are limited daily, but offered multiple days each month.

Museum members do not need to register as homeschool families. Self-guided, thematic activities are open to all museum visitors on these Homeschool Days. Members are welcome to reserve their daily admission through the museum's regular admission page.

Prehistoric Mammals of Montana
January 19 – 22
Montana’s rich fossil history includes more than the dinosaurs T. rex and Triceratops. Learn about the mammals of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic that are found in Montana’s fossil record.

Sign up for the January 19 Prehistoric Mammals of Montana program.