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MUSEUM QUEST

Trips to the Museums in May and June have been a tradition for students for many years. During the Museum Quest time, classes can explore The Farmers’ Museum, Fenimore Art Museum, and our Native American Sites at their own pace. 

Museum Quest features a series of staffed drop-in learning stations at both museums to help students explore our collections through standards-based activities in math, science, social studies, and language arts. All of the learning stations are connected to New York State Learning Standards, including the Common Core Standards in English Language Arts.

Offered: May and June
Cost: $6 per student and 14.50 per adult (includes admission to The Farmers’ Museum and the Fenimore Art Museum)
New York State Standards: SS, Arts, ELA Common Core, MST

View our Museum Quest Map and Chaperone Guide to learn more about the program.

Booking in advance is required. Please contact us at schoolprograms@farmersmuseum.org or 607-547-1461. You can also start the booking process online with our School Programs Request Form.

Cooperstown Classroom Experience
The beautiful village of Cooperstown is an ideal place to spend a longer day with your students! Along with a visit to both The Farmers' Museum, the Fenimore Art Museum, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is here for you to explore. Please contact them directly for pricing at (607)-547-0313.