Time to put down your pens and pencils… and make your way to the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science! Our field trips engage students of all ages with numerous interactive and educational exhibitions that explore the world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in a fun and novel way. You can make the museum your classroom as students learn about the science behind living systems, the biology of the human body and mind, the physics of flight, light and much more.

Each field trip includes admission to three of Frost Science’s exhibitions or shows, along with supporting field trip materials. A Frost Planetarium show is available as one of the three options for an upcharge. To learn more about our current exhibitions and shows, please explore the links below.


School Group Pricing*

OptionsDade County StudentAdditional Dade County AdultNon-Dade County StudentAdditional Non-Dade County Adult
Museum Exhibitions only$12.71$12.71$14.95$14.95
Museum + Planetarium$14.71$14.71$16.95$16.95
Please note the museum requires a ratio of one (1) chaperone for every 10 students. Each chaperone per 10 students receives free admission.

*Frost Science Museum membership or other discounts may not be used in conjunction with field trip and group rates.

Lunch and Goodie Bag Pricing

Field Trip Lunch$6.00 per person
Small Goodie Bag$5.00 per person
Large Goodie Bag$10.00 per person

For further information, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions and Reservations Guide.

In the Aquarium, students will explore the ecosystems of South Florida through face-to-face encounters with marine animals and learn the stories behind the scientists who study the ocean.

In Feathers to the Stars, located in The Batchelor Foundation Gallery, students will explore the evolution of flight—from dinosaurs to the future of space travel—and the role nature has played in inspiring human flight.

In the MeLaβ, located in the Baptist Health South Florida Gallery, students can learn about the impact their everyday choices have on their mental and physical health and wellness by experimenting with different puzzles and simulations.

In River of Grass, located in the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust Gallery, younger students can explore the ecosystem of the Everglades and the physical properties of water through immersive, interactive play.

In the Frost Planetarium, students can enjoy educational shows about outer space and planet Earth. Current shows include: Asteroid: Mission Extreme 3D and Dynamic Earth.