Group programs at the Kalamazoo Valley Museum

Storytellers, musicians, writers, a magician, and a history reenactor will be visiting the Kalamazoo Valley Museum during the first two weeks of May. Schools and homeschool groups are encouraged to register for one or more of these special FREE presentations; public are welcome to drop in, too! Check the KVM website for details on each presenter. Presentations will be offered at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. from May 2 through May 11. Seating is limited.

Schools and Home Schoolers can spend an entire day – or several days – exploring the Museum's exhibits in self-guided tours.

Learn more about science and history with hands-on classes and workshops designed for single classes. Registration and a $3/student, or $45 minimum fee is required.

There are planetarium shows for all grades, and in addition to traditional astronomy and sky shows, teachers and students can see culturally-based programs, some produced by the Kalamazoo Valley Museum using local artists, storytellers and actors.

Home Schoolers - We offer a wide range of classes and workshops appropriate for a variety of ages.

For preschool groups, Burton Henry Upjohn Children's Landscape offers a safe environment in which to play and learn.

Click on the reservations link for information about program fees, how to register for a visit, and how to cancel a confirmed reservation.