Bus Drop-off: Museum Front Entrance – 511 Warburton Avenue

PLAN YOUR VISIT                  Group Visit Request Form

Visits are 1, 2, and 3 hours
1 hour    A guided Tour or Planetarium Show
2 hours  A guided Tour or Planetarium Show, combined with a Workshop
3 hours  A guided Tour and Planetarium Show, combined with a Workshop
Class visits are affordable! Prices start at $100 (minimum) for your group:

1-hour program, up to 20 participants: $100
          $4.50 each additional participant
2-hour program, up to 20 participants: $180
          $8.50 each additional participant
3-hour program, up to 20 participants: $260
          $12.50 each additional participant

Pre-K - Grade 1   One adult chaperone required, and admitted FREE, for every group of up to 5 students.
Grades 2+   One adult chaperone required, and admitted FREE, for every group of up to 10 students. Additional adults $5 each, regardless of the length of the program.

RESERVE YOUR VISIT
GROUPVISITS@HRM.ORG or 914.963.4550, X250
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Tours, Workshops and Planetarium Shows   Tuesday – Friday 10 am - 5 pm
Groups are admitted by reservation only. Teachers and/or group leaders are responsible for their students at all times.
Groups will be admitted to their selected program no sooner than 15 minutes before the reserved time
Cancellation 48 hours before scheduled time to avoid fees.

Information and Directions
Bus Drop-off: Museum Front Entrance – Warburton Avenue

Lunch Room space must be reserved in advance with a nonrefundable fee.
$50 for up to 60 students; $100 for up to 90 students.

BUS SCHOLARSHIPS

Target Field Trip Grants - Think outside the classroom.

DonorsChoose.org – Support a Classroom. Build a future.

Walmart Foundation - Community Grant Program

Hudson River Museum education programs are made possible, in part, by the Yonkers Board of Education, New York State Council on the Arts, the Thomas and Agnes Carvel Foundation.

The Museum’s general operations are supported, in part, by Westchester County, the City of Yonkers, and the New York State Council on the Arts.

Hudson River Museum education programs are made possible, in part, by the Yonkers Board of Education, New York State Council on the Arts, the Thomas and Agnes Carvel Foundation.

The Museum’s general operations are supported, in part, by Westchester County, the City of Yonkers, and the New York State Council on the Arts.