Waterworks Museum

waterworksProgram: An educational experience your students won’t forget!

Description: An educational experience your students won’t forget! I’ve set up a short film, a guided tour and activity. We will have one program for the younger kids k-elementary and one for the older middle-HS. Both the programs cover the engineering, public health, architecture and history of the Museum. This program should last approximately 90 minutes.

Date/Time/Location: Wednesday April 30 at 11:00. The Waterworks Museum,  2450 Beacon st, Boston MA

Price: $6.50 per person, non participating younger siblings are admitted free. Please specify via the drop down menu which program each student is participating in. We need a headcount for each.

Sign Up: Click the ‘Sign Up Now’ button below to reserve your spot on this trip now 

Seats Remaining in this class: 0

Age: This activity is appropriate for families of all ages.

For more information, check out the Museum website here

Wondering who else is going? You can find that information on the facebook event page here

Travel Tips:

By Train

Take Green Line “B” to the Chestnut Hill Avenue Station. Walk down Chestnut Hill Avenue toward Cleveland Circle. Walk 7-10 minutes west on Beacon Street, with the reservoir on your right. The Waterworks Museum will be on your left.

Take the Green Line “C” to Cleveland Circle Station. Walk 7-10 minutes west on Beacon Street, with the reservoir on your right. The Waterworks Museum will be on your left.

Take the Green Line “D” to Reservoir Station. Walk to your right toward Cleveland Circle. The reservoir will be ahead of you, and a park on the left. Turn left onto Beacon Street. Walk 7-10 minutes straight up Beacon Street, with the reservoir on your right. The Waterworks Museum will be on your left.

Comments

  1. Hi Tina- How does the classroom setting work with the Waterworks trip? I have 1 elementary student and 4 upper level students. How does a mother split herself for the two classes?

    Thank you, Erin

    • The programs will be run concurrently but I doubt they will be too far from each other that you wouldn’t be able to split your time among both, I will shoot off an email to her to confirm this for you though.

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