GRAM is currently open to the public with limited capacity, adjusted hours and rigorous health and safety procedures. Please reserve tickets online prior to arrival.
The region’s most celebrated art museum offers a variety of educational experiences that promote critical thinking and literacy skills while fostering an appreciation for works in the Museum’s collection.
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GRPM is open with limited capacity and many precautions to limit health risks. Advance online ticket purchase is required. The Chafee Planetarium inside the Museum is closed at this time.
Michigan’s oldest museum is a place of never-ending discovery, with a focus on science, history and culture. It offers a robust education program that includes a mix of free (with admission) and paid experiences.
Explore more information on all of GRAM’s educational experiences.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, GRCM remains closed until further notice.
GRCM’s mission is to encourage discovery and learning through play, so every trip is an educational experience.
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At this time, the Museum is closed to the public, but students may visit online exhibits.
Learners can explore history and democratic citizenship at the official museum honoring Grand Rapids’ own Jerry Ford, the 38th president of the United States. The DeVos Learning Center at the Museum helps instructors and learners maximize their visit.
Explore more about the Ford Museum’s educational offerings.
The Zoo is closed for the season and will reopen in early April.
Michigan’s fourth most attended cultural facility makes learning come alive using fun, flexible and hands-on teaching methods. Programs are developed for students age 3 to adult.
Click here for more details on John Ball Zoo educational experiences.