Field Trip Opportunities for Early Childhood Education
All schools, home schools and licensed daycare providers may take advantage of the City of Greeley Museum’s field trip program and enrich their curriculum with a trip to Centennial Village, located at 1475 A St., and the Greeley History Museum, located at 714 8th St., in Greeley, Colorado.
Have a question or special need? Contact our Museum Educator Sarah Lester at 970-350-9275.
Centennial Village Museum… where the past comes to life! Some of Weld County’s oldest structures are located on the site of this 8-acre open-air museum, which features costumed interpreters, heritage farm animals, beautifully landscaped grounds and interactive experiences. Centennial Village is an “open-air museum” and field trips occur in both rain or shine so prepare accordingly. Due to high demand and limited space, we ask that you schedule your visit today.
- 2017 Baby Animal Days – April 20 through 30, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Visit with our heritage farm animals and their babies. $3/person ages 3+
- 2017 Pets ‘N’ Popsicles – August 4 through 13, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Visit with our heritage farm animals and cool off with a frozen treat. $3/person ages 3+
Greeley History Museum… where fun and education meet artifacts, photographs, and hands-on exhibits! The museum features three floors of permanent and changing exhibits, with new exhibit themes offered several times a year.
- Digging Deeper: An Archaeological Experience Exhibit – Open through August 13, 2017
- Well Dressed in Weld Fashion Exhibit – New Themes Three Times a Year!
Greeley Museums PastPort Program
Purchase a PastPort for each child and visit four great museums at one low price! Price includes admission to Centennial Village, the Colorado Model Railroad Museum, the Greeley History Museum, and the Meeker Home Museum. PastPorts are not valid during special events and must be used within the same year they were purchased.
$10 per child, $18 per adult.