The mission of the Education Division is to provide educational opportunities about natural history and science for the benefit of New Mexico citizens and visitors by connecting where we live and how we live to natural systems and evolving processes.

Youth & Family Programs
Enjoy family field trips and fun days, and find classes for the little ones. Our Prehistoric Preschool and Young Explorer's Summer Camps have been crafted especially to help kids learn while having fun!
Adult Programs
Find exciting classes, adventure-filled field trips, educational lectures and talks about new and hot topics in the scientific world.
School Group Programs
Plan your trip to the museum by using our planning materials and assignments. Also use our outreach programs and kits to further museum education.
Teacher Programs
Find information about open house opportunities, as well as professional development workshops that are scheduled for the upcoming year.
Camp-In Programs
The Camp-In program at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science offers an exciting hands-on educational experience for children ages 6 through 12 years old.
Education Resources
The Museum offers a wide range of lesson plans, worksheets, guides, and curricula designed to be used in your classroom and during a visit to the museum.
Community Partnerships
The Museum's Mission as a State museum is to serve residents of, and visitors to, New Mexico. Explore some of the ways your museum is serving its communities through unique local, regional, and national partnerships.