Experience interdisciplinary Texas.
Explore history, science, language arts, ESL, the arts, and many other stories of Texas through the Bullock Museum's school field trip program.
Plan Your Field Trip
What do you want to do and see when you get here?
A Museum education staff member will help plan your field trip and can suggest itineraries based on your needs. If you're an educator and you'd like a pre-trip preview on site, let us know ahead of time and we'll waive your exhibition admission when you arrive. You can also explore current and upcoming exhibitions and events and peruse the Artifact Gallery online.
Download our TEKS-aligned curriculum resources, exhibition and film activity guides, lesson plans, and additional resources.You'll find great suggestions to tie your Museum experiences to classroom activities.
Don't just see films—experience them.
Sit in the huge IMAX® Theatre in front of the biggest screen in Texas and become part of stunning giant-screen documentaries about distant countries, space, oceans, wars, and many other amazing places and events.
Science and history TEKS have never been so fun!
Gather a Group
To receive the Museum's school group price, make sure:
- there are at least 10 students of similar age, grades K-12, in your group;
- you are enrolled in an educational institution or are a home school organization;
- you make a reservation at least 2 weeks in advance; and
- there is at least one teacher/chaperone for every 10 students.
|Exhibitions - 3 floors
|Texas Spirit Theater:
Star of Destiny
|Texas Spirit Theater:
Visiting the Bullock Texas State History Museum is always my 1st graders' favorite field trip! The whole museum is interactive and fun for all ages. Texas teacher
Apply for Scholarships
Scholarships provide free admission to films.
Scholarships are available on a first-come, first-served basis to groups meeting The Story of Texas Scholarship Fund Application and reservation criteria. Instructions are provided on the application.
Make a Reservation
If possible, plan a trip to the museum for the fall semester. Reservation schedules fill up quickly in the spring.
To make a reservation, please have the following information handy:
- school name, contact information, district, and grade level
- lead teacher's name, phone number, and email address
- preferred and alternate dates and arrival times for visit
- estimated number of students, teachers, and chaperones (1 adult per 10 students)
- lunch plans
- any special needs
Submit reservations at least two weeks before your ideal date. A reservation specialist will review the information and send an email confirming exhibition entry and theater times. If first choice selections are not available, a specialist will contact you about alternative options.
Please note: Confirmation is communicated via email within a week of submitting a reservation. If, after a week, you do not receive confirmation, first check spam or junk folders then email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Teacher Hotline at (512) 463-6712 for more information.