Welcome Teachers!

AFHM is pleased to provide you and your class a once in a lifetime field trip experience.  As you tour the museum, you will take a step back in history with interactive displays which bring the learning experience to life.  AFHM makes a dedicated effort to educate our youth about the sacrifices made by so many to preserve our freedom.

Download our comprehensive Teacher Lesson Preview designed to correlate with your class’ field trip to the museum. The lesson preview includes the Florida State Standards and has been approved by the Pinellas County Social Studies Department and is available free of charge

Teacher’s Curriculum

Download the information below and learn how about the savings at the AFHM for field trips:

Field Trips

Expedite your field trip request by clicking on the link below and filling out the form.

Request A Field Trip

For more information, contact Kindra at ksteadham@armedforcesmuseum.com or call her at (727) 539-8371 ext. 107.

Note:  AFHM is handicap accessible – parking, restrooms and throughout the museum.

Summer Free Admission 

Free Admission for Teachers:  A summer special for teachers in Pinellas County when they bring in their school I.D. on Saturdays & Sundays in June July and August 2012.

Additional Education Programs Available:  In addition to the museum field trips, AFHM offers a duffle bag program and classroom speakers .  Click on the links below to learn more about these educational programs.

 
Field Trips
Duffle Bag Program

The Armed Forces History Museum is a member of the following:

 

4 Responses to Teachers

  1. Michele Zoutes says:

    Is the free teacher admission just for field trips?

    • alon2392 says:

      The free admission for teachers is a summer special for teachers in Pinellas County. They receive free admission when they bring in their school I.D. on Saturdays & Sundays in June July and August 2012.

  2. Kathy Baker says:

    Teachers in Polk would love this, too :(

    • alon2392 says:

      Our entire educational program is set up with the Pinellas County School Board. We would need to first establish the same relationship with Polk County. Thank you for visiting our web-site and for your dedication to educating our young.

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