Please explore the resources below for information to make your field trip at Frost Science exciting and educational. Field Trip Resources include pre- and post-field trip activities, exhibition guides, and highlight key state or national standards explored in the exhibition.

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, 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, students can learn about the impacts their everyday choices have on their mental and physical health and wellness by experimenting first-hand with different choices and outcomes.

Graphic of animals by the water

In River of Grass, younger students can explore the ecosystem of the Everglades and the physical properties of water through immersive, interactive play.

Entrance of Skin: Living Armor, Evolving Identity exhibition.

In Skin: Living Armor, Evolving Identity presented by Baptist Health’s Miami Cancer Institute, students will discover the properties of skin across an array of organisms and examine the meaning humans have associated with skin color.

Solar system formation

In Worlds Beyond Earth, playing now in the Frost Planetarium, students will discover the story of the surprisingly dynamic nature of the worlds that share our solar system and the unique conditions that make life on Earth possible.