Teachers at Benson School. Left to right: unident., unident., unident., Nell Whipple, Arctura Sprague, Jenny Cook (undated)
The Museums of the Umpqua Valley offer a myriad of fun, interactive and hands-on experience for children of all ages. Browse the briefs below and contact our Education Director for further information and pricing.
“Picture Perfect” Historic Snapshots
The Douglas County Museum has an amazing archive of more than 24,000 historic photos. These photos are available to educators as digital images for teachers to use them as supplemental visual components within the classroom.
Resources for Educators
Self-Guided Field Trips
Field Trip FAQs
Here is a list of frequently asked questions concerning field trips at the museum Click here
Contact the Education Coordinator
For more information, or to schedule a class or group, please fill out the form below and someone will get back to you right away.
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