Museum Education offers a variety of community programs for all ages to explore Alaska’s natural and cultural history. Year round offerings include films, demonstrations, and activities for families. Check the events calendar for a complete list of opportunities for both children and adults.
Museum Family Days
Family Days allow the whole family to connect with museum research and collections. Children and adults are invited to create crafts, try out science experiments and cultural activities, meet curators, and explore galleries.
Check our events page for listings.
Museum Family Days are supported by Totem Ocean Trailer Express, Inc.
Educational programs are often brought to you by members of the Fairbanks community. Volunteers teach school children, guide tours, and more. Follow the links below for more information on specific oppportunities. If you are interested in being a part of one of our volunteer programs, send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Museum Education and the Geophysical Institute teamed up to bring space science to rural Alaska. The traveling
Planetarium program was funded by NASA.
Photos on this page by Jennifer Arseneau (top & center), and Roger Topp (bottom)