The Scott Family Amazeum is currently accepting reservations for 2018-19 fall semester Unfield Trips. Please review the Frequently Asked Questions. To make an Unfield Trip reservation call 479-468-4542, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. Or email our Reservation Specialist at email@example.com. Your reservation is not complete until an Amazeum representative emails you a confirmation letter.
Important, Please Note: If you have booked an Unfield Trip visit to the Scott Family Amazeum, and you'd like your group to visit the nearby Crystal Bridges Museum as well, you must contact Crystal Bridges directly to schedule your visit in advance.
What is an Unfield Trip?
The Scott Family Amazeum is excited to offer a different take on the traditional school visit - the Unfield Trip. The Unfield Trip is an opportunity to provide a powerful, hands-on experience for students and teachers that is driven by a strong learning agenda. The Unfield trip uses the museum as a curricular platform connecting back to the classroom. An Amazeum Unfield Trip includes our skilled education team actively interacting with students and chaperones to inspire curiosity and discoveries. The Amazeum welcomes educators and students of all backgrounds, abilities, and educational settings to join us for an Unfield Trip!
Download our Frequently Asked Questions document for answers to questions we are most commonly asked about Unfield Trip experiences.
If you are looking for ways to enhance the discovery process, consider adding on Amazeum AIR (Amaze, Investigate, Relate) and Hershey's Lab workshops to your Unfield Trip visit. Advanced reservations are required for Unfield Trips and extra programs.
Get the most out of your Unfield Trip by utilizing these Grade Level Tools and other Educational Resources. Click on your grade level to access resources that empower teachers to connect the Amazeum experience to classroom curriculum and inspire learning before, during, and after the visit.
7th grade and beyond
Scott Family Amazeum Unfield Trips made possible by a grant from the Walmart Foundation.