School Programs

Buffalo Bill Museum Adventure, one of our most popular school programs

From guided tours to Museum Adventure programs, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Interpretive Education Department makes field trips fun and educational.

School Programs

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:

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, and 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.

westside elementary winners; Local Students Created Winning Projects on Yellowstone National Park

Click on image to view the winner’s virtual field trip.

Educational Opportunities Guide

This convenient guide contains all the details on our school services, including outreach programs to the schools.

Click here to view and print our 2016 – 2017 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.

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: