Programs at The Bakken Museum

Digital outreach, virtual field trips, and distance learning support

Youth & Family Programs

SCHOOL DAY ENRICHMENT

BAKKEN MUSEUM CLUBHOUSE

Challenging times call for creative solutions. Introducing The Bakken Clubhouse, a fun and social way for students to get supplemental schoolwork support and interaction during distance learning, while also engaging in STEM-themed activities.

Students enrolled in remote learning programs with their school come to the museum for academic support, engaging science activities, and some good old (physically distanced) fun and games.

  • Cohorts are limited to a maximum of 10  students and 2 educators
  • Each cohort meets 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1 day a week for 4 weeks
  • Program is available for grades 3-8

Digital Education

Outreach Programs

Field Trips

Everyone on the Bus!

During each field trip, students explore the connections between history, science, and engineering through The Bakken Museum’s exhibits. Students learn that they are part of science by finding a connection with the artifacts, experiments, scientists, and inventors highlighted in the museum. In addition to guided tours, The Bakken Museum offers a variety of activities during your field trip. Each workshop is specially designed to meet your grade level needs.

Virtual field trips available!

FIELD TRIP REGISTRATION

All workshops and tours support Academic Science Standards.

Summer Camps

Project Time

During Camp Innovation at The Bakken Museum, students design and build their own inventions, practice creative thinking skills, make magic tricks, and play games.

WONDER, TRY, DISCOVER, SHARE!

Week-long summer camps run from June into September for students entering grades 4-9.

GIRLS WEEK

Students meet other young women interested in science, technology, math, and science!

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