Student Tour/Program InformationIf you would like assistance with a student tour, a specific curriculum, would like a custom student itinerary, a step-on-guide or other services, please contact Susan Morton, Sales & Service Manger-Tourism Markets, at (254)750-8610 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Attractions which have available TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills) curriculum alignment are noted below. We are happy to work with educators and attractions to faciliate that process for other tours and programs.
Armstrong Browning Library
Contact: Jessica Mejia, (254) 710-4960 or Jessica_Mejia@baylor.edu
School groups of all ages are always welcome for tours during the week. We are happy to provide preliminary literature about the Library and the Brownings upon request.
Art Center Waco
Contact: Mark Arnold, (254) 752-4371 or email@example.com
Schools, preschools, groups and classes get personalized tours and fun arts activities related to the current exhibit.
Cameron Park Zoo
Contact: Education Department: (254) 750-8467 or (254) 750-8466
Your group will develop an understanding of wildlife, their habitats, and conservation efforts. All tours are adaptable to meet the interests and skill development for your group. Guided tours are available for students in 2nd grade and older.
Dr Pepper Museum
Contact: Joy Summar-Smith (254) 757-1025 ext. 129 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Based on the development of Dr Pepper, tours and programs provide a look into the background of 2 American institutions - the soft drink industry and the free enterprise economic system. Dr Pepper Museum offers TEKS aligned programs.
Historic Waco Foundation
Contact: (254) 753-5166 or email@example.com
Educational programs include school tours, slide presentations on Waco history, and lectures on the history of the families that lived in our house museums.
Contact: Burl Bourgeois (254) 717-8998 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This Traditional Crafts Village showcases a community of craftsmen who have returned to the enduring values exemplified in handcraftsmanship.
Lake Waco Wetlands
Contact: Nora Schell, (254) 848-9654 or email@example.com
The Lake Waco Wetlands Research and Education Center is a valuable resource to area schools and universities. The center augments existing and future water-related educational programs at Baylor University, provides professional and technical training and support services, and implements outreach efforts to educate the community and local school children about reservoir systems and related water issues.
Martin Museum of Art
Contact: Karin Gilliam, (254) 710-6390 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Located on the Baylor University campus, the museum welcomes middle school and high school groups for tours of the exhibitions and working art studios. Reservations are required.
Mayborn Museum Complex
Contact: Lanna Palmer, Coordinator of School Services, (254) 710-7526 or lanna_palmer@Baylor.edu
The Mayborn Museum Complex offers 1-2 hour(s) of programming, depending on the grade level and topic you choose for your group. All of the programs provide the opportunity to touch, explore, and investigate exhibits linked to cultural history and natural science.
Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum
Contact: Casey Eichhorn, Education Coordinator, (254) 750-8617 or email@example.com
Would you like to know more about the Texas Rangers and the history of the Great State of Texas? Are you interested in booking a school tour or group outing to the museum? Do you need educational materials to use in your classroom? The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum offers TEKS aligned programs.
Texas Sports Hall of Fame
Contact: Jay Black, (254) 756-1633, (800) 567-9561 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Texas Sports Hall of Fame offers a short movie on Tom Landry & the Dallas Cowboys, a tour of the museum and a scavenger hunt for K-4th or 5th & up.
Waco Civic Theatre
Contact: (254) 776-1591 or email@example.com
Waco Civic Theatre produces six Main Stage Productions, ranging from works by Shakespeare to Neil Simon. Additionally, aspiring local artists and youth work in partnership to produce Studio Shows that are scheduled between Main Stage Productions and other events.
Waco Mammoth Site
Contact: Donald Esker, Program Coordinator, (254) 750-7937 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Waco Mammoth Site sits in a 100-plus acre stretch of wooded parkland along the Bosque River. Covered in sprawling oak, mesquite and cedar trees, the site offers an escape from the modern world and provides a glimpse into the lives of Columbian mammoths.