Field Trips & Learning Opportunities at Port Discovery Children's Museum
Go on a hands-on learning adventure with virtual and in-person programs and field trips from Port Discovery Children's Museum
Looking for interactive educational experiences for students, camp groups, or youth groups? Port Discovery offers a variety of fun, unique and interactive experiences for toddlers, pre-kindergarten, and Kindergarten through 5th-grade children! We're currently offering a variety of virtual programs - including Free At-Home Play programs and activities, low-cost live and pre-recorded Virtual Programs for Schools, and exciting Virtual Learning Opportunities for Families.
Virtual Learning for Schools & Classrooms
Looking for live or pre-recorded interactive virtual programs for students, schools, daycares, camps, or other groups? Explore our interactive virtual programs for students in Pre-K through 5th grades! Choose from fun, flexible, and ready-made programs exploring art, science, animals, reading, and more.
Virtual Learning for Families
We're here to help you and your little learner as you navigate the year ahead. That's why we're leveling up our at-home play and virtual learning experiences - and partnering with Pearson Online Academy - to offer high-quality and engaging individual courses for your little learners in grades K-5th.
Free At-Home Play Activities
Find activity ideas, tips, and virtual programs designed to help you with this adventure called parenting! From art activities and musical programs to science experiments, theater, storytimes, and more, you'll find fun and easy activities that children can follow along with alone - or that you can do together.
Port Discovery Children’s Museum student visits and programs are supported in part by the Maryland State Department of Education. Programs and exhibits at Port Discovery are made possible in part by the Citizens of Baltimore County and by the Howard County Arts Council through a grant from Howard County Government. Programs and offerings have also been supported by the Baltimore Nonprofit Relief Fund.