Reserve a Field Trip
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:

-    Computer Science Teacher Association (CTSA) Standards
-    Next-Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
-    Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21)
-    Washington State Common Core (Math & ELA) 

See below for Field Trip guidelines and to make your reservation. For more information or questions about school visits, please email
•    Reservations for field trips must be made two weeks in advance of your visit date. Currently, most school visits to LCM+L last about 2 hours.
•    Lunch space at the museum is extremely limited and is brown-bag only.
•    Required adult-to-child ratios are 1:5 for children under 10 years; 1:8 for ages 11-17 years. 

Registration Information
First Name: *
Last Name: *
Email: *
Preferred Method & Time to Confirm Booking:*
Preferred Method of Payment:*
Tour date and time (please submit your top three choices): *
Note: Museum is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays.
1st choice:
2nd choice:
3rd choice:
School Name:*
School Address:*
School District:*
School Office Phone Number:*
School Characteristics:

Attending Teacher Name(s):*

Attending Teacher Email:*
Phone Number for Field Trip Day: *
What do you teach?
Number of Students: *
Grade: *

Number of Chaperones :*

NOTE: For groups with students ages 10 years and under, Living Computers: Museum + Labs requires 1 adult chaperone to every 5 students.
For students 11-17 years, 1 adult chaperone per 8 students is required.
If you cannot meet these requirements, please email
How do you plan to get here? *
Are you bringing a brown-bag lunch to eat at the museum?
Tell us about your group: Have you been here before? Avid coders? Total novices? Where did you hear about us? Any logistical concerns? Recently covered content?