Schedule Your Field Trip: Mill City Museum

Students at Mill City Museum.

Gather information before you schedule

  • School name, address and phone number
  • Name of group contact who will receive confirmation materials
  • Grade level(s)
  • Date and time you want to schedule your visit, with two alternate dates
  • Number of students
  • Number of chaperones
  • Accommodations for special needs your group requires. Mill City Museum accessibility

Field trip details

Field trip hours & availability

  • Field trips to Mill City Museum are available on Thursdays and Fridays, beginning January 6, 2022. Two time slots are available: 9:45 am–12:00 pm or 11:45 am–2:00 pm.
  • All groups need to have 10 or more students. Advanced reservations are required two weeks prior to any field trip. Changes less than two weeks prior to field trip date may not be available.
  • Maximum lesson capacity is 30 students. Groups larger than 30 students will be divided.
  • Due to capacity some adults may not be able to participate in the Flour Tower experience.
  • There is no lunch space or lunch storage available.

Reduced program costs

Any school in Minnesota with 50% or more of its students enrolled in the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program is eligible for a reduction in museum costs. Ask the scheduler about available discounts.

Transportation, admission, and lodging support

Mill City Museum

704 South Second St.
Minneapolis, MN 55401
View on map | Bus directions and parking (PDF)

Cost

  • $8 per student
  • District staff free
  • One free adult per five students. Additional chaperones invoiced at student rate.

Billing information

No payment will be accepted the day of the field trip. All schools will be invoiced after their trip. For more information see our Program Policies.

Cancellation fee

Cancellations must be received 14 days before your trip. See our Program Policies. Contact us at 1-888-387-5008 if you need to reschedule.

Details

Scholarships, grants, and subsidies

Apply for the McKnight Foundation Scholarship or other grants and subsidies.

Virtual field trips

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