The Museum of Military History is an excellent resource for educators and students at all levels.
All Field trips are offered Tuesday through Sunday during museum operating hours unless specifically requested.
Students will be astounded by the real-life artifacts that were once owned and used by the Military Veterans around the world, spanning from the American Revolution to the Global Wars. Some items may be easily recognized such as our pristine condition World War I gas mask that was showcased on Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum and our Paul Tibbetts and Don Albury World War II bomber jackets.
The following information will help in the planning of your trip to our museum:
ALL schools MUST pre-register their field trip with the museum at least 3 weeks in advance.
Schools that pre-register with the museum will be entitled to free admission and provided with tour guides.
For every 10 students (Age 18 and under), an adult chaperone MUST be present.
Before the tour, each class will be separated into groups of 15 to 25 people.
Each tour takes about an hour to an hour and a half to complete.
Each tour group will have their own personal docent to guide them through the Museum’s exhibits while highlighting artifacts of important historical significance.
Students will be asked to participate in a series of questions and/or a museum scavenger hunt if they should so choose.
Bus drivers, chaperones, and educators from pre-registered groups are also encouraged to participate in the tour.
Schools that are using Coaches or Charter Buses MUST contact the Museum to reserve available spaces for parking.
If the class is covering a special topic or assignment related to the field trip, please let the museum know so they may be able to provide any additional materials if needed.
All schools must contact the museum at least 3 weeks in advanced to register your feild trips. Osceola County K-12 Public Schools receive FREE admission to the museum. For all other schools please contact the museum for quotes.
To schedule a school’s field trip, you MUST fill out the School Field Trip Request Form, located below, at least three weeks in advance to reserve your class's group tour. If you are not able to register you school field trip online for any reasone, then please send an email to General Manager: Frank Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once finished, one of our museum staff members will contact you to help coordinate the details and finalize your date and time.
If you do not hear back from a museum staff member within 2 to 3 business days of submitting your request for a confirmation, please resend your email and call the museum directly at 407-507-3894. For all other questions, please see the Field Trip FAQS or contact the museum during our operation hours.