Learning with a group of people can be incredibly beneficial for students! We encourage your group to attend The Journey Museum & Learning Center. Bringing a group to The Journey and participating in educational activities together in groups helps students share diverse perspectives, put their heads together to each contribute their own particular knowledge and skills, and challenge each other in a learning center environment. The Journey Museum & Learning Center offers customized tours and other educational experiences at special rates for schools and educational organizations. Educational groups are invited to come and experience The Journey Museum & Learning Center in a unique way that you will not get to experience on your own.
Educational groups can participate in educational activities such as Load Your Wagon, an activity which puts you back in pioneer times and shows you how difficult the task of moving a family to a homestead was, forcing careful planning and tough choices that required them to prioritize about what they needed versus what they wanted. It’s like Oregon Trail in real life. This educational activity requires major teamwork and teaches skills such as attention to detail, math calculations, and spatial relationships. We also have a variety of museum scavenger hunts that allow students to take a closer look at our museum and put their critical thinking to the test, making the museum come to life in a way they’ve never experienced before.
Please call (605) 394-6923 one week in advance to schedule. Visit our Hours and Admissions page for rates and our Plan Your Event page for more details on customized experiences for your group. The Journey Museum & Learning Center loves to teach the next generation about generations past to help them learn how their community is shaped and formed. Educational groups brings history to life.
The Journey Museum & Learning Center regularly adds new events, exhibits, and features to the expansive museum, covering American history, Black Hills history, and Native American culture.
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