Field Trips at Living Computers

Living Computers: Museum + Labs is committed to providing hands-on, immersive learning experiences in computer science to all K-12 students. A field trip to LCM+L is a fantastic way to expose both students and adults alike to the fascinating and rapidly changing world of coding and computer history. 

Our education programs foster strong computational skills that translate across a wide variety of disciplines and grade levels. LCM+L field trips support the following standards:
  • Washington State Computer Science K-12 Standards (CS-K12)
  • Next-Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
  • Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • Washington State Common Core (Math & ELA) 

Field trip groups can choose between three packages:

*LCM+L requires an adult-to-child ratio of 1:5 for children under 10 years, and 1:8 for children ages 11-17 years. All chaperones must be 18 years or older.
 

BASIC

  • $150 Flat Fee – About a 2-3 Hour Visit
     
  • Admission for ~32 students & the minimum number of required chaperones (per our required ratio*)
     
  • One (1)-hour Common-Core based activity in the Labs –OR– a 45-minute Guided Tour of the Vintage Collection (Choose Below)
     
  • Reserved space for Brown-Bag Lunch 

EXTENDED

  • $300 Flat Fee – About a 3-4 Hour Visit
     
  • Admission for ~32 students & the minimum number of required chaperones (per our required ratio*)
     
  • One (2)-hour project-based programming activity in the Labs (Choose Below)
     
  • Reserved space for Brown-Bag Lunch

ADMISSIONS-ONLY

  • $6 per student – About a 1-2 Hour Visit
     
  • Free admission for the minimum number of required chaperones (per our required ratio*)
     
  • Reserved space for Brown-Bag Lunch
   

Detailed Program Descriptions for Field Trip Activities Coming Soon 


Concerned about the cost?
Accessiblity is core to our educational mission at Living Computers. We provide numerous and significant discounts for a variety of eligible groups. Do not wait—contact us at fieldtrips@livingcomputers.org.