The Buffalo Bill Center of the West provides a variety of educational opportunities and school programs for teachers and students. To learn more and to register on-line, click on the following program links:
- Guided and self-guided tours at the Center
- Lending materials including trunks and learning kits
- Museum Adventure Programs
- Skype in the classroom
- MILES program for schools who travel from a distance: a traveling grant to help defray the cost of transportation and lodging
- MILES scholarships for schools throughout the region that cover the cost of admission for school field trips to the Center.
- Resources for Teachers and Students
Working with Local Schools
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West helps local schools by providing free field trips to the Center for all Park County schools. This is made possible through the Stephen M. Seay Foundation, the Bargain Box, an outreach of Christ the Episcopal Church, and other anonymous donors.
This summer the Center named 5th grade students from Westside Elementary in Powell, WY as winners of a project about their visit to Yellowstone. Visit the Draper Natural History Museum’s Seasons of Discovery to view the museum exhibit winner. Click on the image below to view the virtual field trip winner’s project on YouTube.
Educational Opportunities Guide
For questions regarding school services please e-mail K-12 Curriculum and Digital Learning Specialist, Megan Smith or call 307-578-4028.
Are your students looking for summer activities? Check out our Discovery Field Trips.
How are We Doing?
After you have taken part in our school services, whether it be a guided tour, a Skype in the classroom lesson, or another offering, return here to evaluate us with a short survey on that particular service: