Homeschools

Homeschools

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 a 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 via field trips and periodic Homeschool Mondays. 

    Homeschool Group Field Trips

    Montana homeschool groups and families are offered complimentary admission but must pre-book their visit by emailing visitmor@montana.edu at least two weeks in advance.

    • Homeschool Group Field Trips are offered Monday – Friday. Field trips are not available on weekends or holidays.
    • One caregiver per family will receive free admission. Any additional adults will be charged the regular admission rate.
    • A museum scavenger hunt can be made available upon request for students in grades 2 – 12.
    • Groups booking special programs or tours must be sure to have at least 10 children of participatory age.
    • Homeschool groups will follow the same procedures and guidelines as the K-12 public and private school field trips.
    • All visitors must follow the museum’s standard policies. Please see our Plan Your Visit page for current policies.
    Sign Up for a Field Trip

    Homeschool Mondays

    Join us on most alternate Mondays this fall for Homeschool Mondays!
    Free for homeschooling families. Registration is required for non-members by clicking on one of the below links.

    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 a 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 monthly for homeschool families.

    Homeschool families may make reservations to visit twice per month and engage in museum learning through a self-guided, thematic scavenger hunt. Museum members do not need to register as homeschool families.

    Admission is free for students and one chaperone.
    All extra adults will be admitted at a reduced rate of $10.