Learn through Programs and Education
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s educational programs help our visitors learn in an enjoyable and educational atmosphere and so acquire a deeper understanding of the American West.
Fun and educational! And geared for families visiting the museums together. Click here to learn more.
Visit the links to find out details and cost of each program or workshop.
- June 28: Workshop for ages 9 – 11: Rockin’ Out with Plains Indian Art.
- July 9: Workshop for families: Arrowheads, Atlatls, and Archaeology.
- July 18 – 20: Art Camp with Michele Farrier: grades 1 – 4 in the morning; grades 5 – 7 in the afternoon.
- July 27: Field trip for ages 11 – 15: Floating through Time.
- August 3 – 5: Discovery Field Trip for ages 11 – 15: Teton Adventure.
- August 9: Workshop for families: Clay-o-rama.
Draper Museum Raptor Experience
Don’t miss the amazing birds of our Draper Museum Raptor Experience in the Braun Garden for the informal “Relaxing with Raptors” 1 – 3:30 p.m. every day.
Interested in scheduling a field trip? Borrowing an outreach trunk? Learning about our MILES program? Check out all of our school offerings in our 2015-2016 Educational Opportunities Guide.
You can also click on School Programs to get more details and to register for a field trip, museum adventure, or outreach trunk.
Skype in the classroom
Do you have a class of students who would love to find out more about mountain men and fur trappers? About Plains Indian culture and tipis? About the adaptations of animals to their environment? Watch this video to learn more about our partnership with Skype in the classroom!
Click here to find out more about individual Skype in the classroom lessons.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West hosts regular lectures on interesting topics all about the American West. Click here to find out more.
For more information, e-mail Interpretive Specialist Emily Buckles, or call her at 307-578-4110.