Field Trip Options at Kaleideum

Jerry Blackwelder

Field Trip Options at Kaleideum

During the 2019-20 school year, Kaleideum has streamlined programming and organized the offerings as Learning Lab Programs, Performance-Based Programs, Planetarium Programs, Outdoor Programs, and Off-Site Programs. Many programs, such as Legos & Lights, Sounds All Around,
The Greedy Triangle, and The Navigators are offered at both locations. 

In addition, Kaleideum has implemented “Kaleideum to You,” which brings Kaleideum programming into your classroom. The following programs are included:

StarLab (Grades PreK-6)

Legos & Lights (Grades PreK-2)

The Navigators (Grades K-2)

Let’s ROCK Out! (Grades K-6)

Earth, Moon & Stars (Grades 1-6)

On the second Tuesday of each month, from September through May, Kaleideum offers Homeschool/Small Group Program Days that alternate between each location. The following programs are offered during this school year:

Fur, Feather, Scale & Slime on September 10 (Grades K-5)

The Greedy Triangle on October 8 (Grades K-3)

Potions in Motion on November 12 (Grades K-5)

The Navigators on December 10 (Grades K-3)

Magnificent Magnets on January 14 (Grades K-5)

Curator’s Crisis on February 11 (Grades K-3)

Brain Awareness Day on March 4 (Grades 4+)

Peppercorn Theatre’s Alice in Wonderland on April 14 (Grades PreK+)

Weather Wonders on May 12 (Grades K-5)


Kaleideum North

400 W Hanes Mill Rd, Winston Salem, NC, (336) 767-6730, website

Kaleideum North, a science museum in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The museum is geared toward families with children and has school programs for students from preschool to eighth grade.

Kaleideum Downtown

390 South Liberty Street, Winston-Salem, NC, 336.723.9111, website

Kaleideum Downtown

Kaleideum Downtown welcomes school field trips, groups, and home school families!  Advance registration is required for groups.

Inspiring wonder, curiosity, and lifelong learning in our children and community through interactive play and discovery.

As a merged entity, we look forward to expanding our commitment to to developing exhibits and programming that combine the best features of both — fusing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), literacy, and arts education into an integrated approach to learning. We want to help prepare early learners for school and spark all children’s imaginations and their desire to learn more.


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