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Financial education is at the heart of the Museum’s mission. For more than 20 years, educators from around the country have been bringing students to the Museum to help them understand how finance impacts their daily lives. In 2010, the Museum founded its Center for Financial Education, which offers 10 classroom experiences taught by trained Museum educators and market professionals. Guided and self-guided tours are also available, as is a more intensive program for 11th and 12th graders, the Museum Finance Academy.
Education programs are available for up to 40 people. Participants receive discounted admission to the Museum.
Scavenger hunts are available to supplement a Museum visit. Please bring all necessary materials to the Museum with the group.
This free program, available to Title I middle and high schools, includes a class, exhibit tour, and lunch for up to 40 students. This program has limited availability and will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
Generous support for this program has been provided by ING.
For 8-25 participants only.
While we cannot guarantee a guided tour, those who choose Guided Tour Priority will be placed at the top of the list to receive a guided tour if docents are available.
For 8-50 participants only.
Scavenger hunts are available to supplement a self-guided tour. Please bring all necessary materials to the Museum with the group.
Please note: Admission for individuals and groups is free on Saturdays courtesy of Southport Lane.