- 1 free parent chaperone for every 5 students. Additional chaperones are $6 each.
Choose one guided lesson from one of four themes: People, Flour, Power OR Place. Click on each theme to explore lesson options.
People: Students interact with History Players, costumed characters who bring Minnesota's rich history to life.
Flour: High quality flour produced by the Washburn Crosby Mills influenced how the world ate. As students bake, they explore different aspects of flour.
Power: Feel the power of St. Anthony Falls. These waters made products used around the world. In a Water Lab lesson, students use hands-on water tables to discover how people changed the river to control and enhance its power.
Place: The Washburn A Mill was the largest flour mill in the world when it opened and the center of a vast industrial milling complex. Students learn about the workers and machines that transformed Minneapolis into a milling powerhouse.
School Programs are available from October 1st to June 15th and are available for school field trip groups only. For before/after school groups, scout groups, YMCA groups, etc. please visit our Youth Group page.
Free Guided Tours of "A Choice of Weapons" exhibit