Group Visits

  • Groups are 10-25 people — any day of the week that the museum is open – based on availability
  • No guide, or private lunch space provided
  • Groups with 1:3 adult to child can play at their own pace within the various exhibits for the duration of their visit.
  • Groups larger than 15 (with our required 1:5 adult to child ratio) may be asked to follow a rotation schedule

RATES
$5.50 per person (adults and children)
The entire fee for your group must be made in one payment to qualify

*Memberships, admission discounts or promotions do not apply for any group visits

To ensure that we are able to accommodate your group visit, please contact Rachel at 323-761-8973 or email rachel@sharewell.org.

Field Trips

  • For Pre K-1st grade students.
  • Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings and Thursday afternoons from October-May.
  • Bookings based on availability.
  • Non-refundable deposit of $25 is required to hold your reservation. Full payment is due 2 weeks before your scheduled visit.
    Dedicated guide and private lunch space provided for each group.

RATES

Student: $5.50

Teacher/Chaperone: Complimentary admission for adults within a 1 adult: 5 children ratio. Additional chaperones will be charged $7.50 general admission (number of extra adults must be pre-approved by museum)

Title 1 Schools: We offer subsidized admission of $1 per student. Please specify Title 1 status when submitting a request for Field Trip.

PLEASE NOTE: Memberships, admission discounts or promotions do not apply for any Field Trips. Cancellations must be made at least two weeks prior to your visit in order for a refund to be issued. NO REFUNDS will be offered for groups that cancel within two weeks of scheduled visit. NO REFUNDS will be offered for any child or adult chaperone that has prepaid, but that does not attend on the day of visit.


To ensure that we are able to accommodate your field trip, please contact Rachel at 323-761-8973 or email rachel@sharewell.org.

Field Trip Options

OPTION 1 
Museum Time w/ Enrichment Experience (Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday Mornings 10:00AM-12:30PM)
10:00AM – 10:10AM Welcome
10:10AM – 11:30AM Museum Play
11:30AM – 12:00PM Enrichment Experience
12:00PM – 12:30PM Lunch
OR
OPTION 2
Stay & Play (Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday Mornings 10:00AM-12:30PM)
10:00AM – 10:10AM Welcome
10:10AM – 12:00PM Museum Play
12:00PM – 12:30PM Lunch
OPTION 3 
Museum Time w/ Enrichment Experience (Tuesday Afternoons 1:00PM-3:00PM)
1:00PM – 1:10PM Welcome
1:10PM – 2:30PM Museum Play
2:30PM – 3:00PM Enrichment Experience
OR
OPTION 4 
Stay & Play (Tuesday Afternoons 1:00PM-3:00PM)
1:00PM – 1:10PM Welcome
1:10PM – 3:00PM Museum Play

PLEASE NOTE: Actual group visit schedules may vary depending on the arrival of groups. As you know, Los Angeles traffic is unpredictable! Please allow ample time for your drive to the museum. If you are late, we CANNOT extend your field trip time. Your play time will be shortened.

Enrichment Experiences

As part of your Field Trip aside from museum playtime, you can choose to include a 30 minute educator-facilitated, standards-based, arts-integrated activity. You can choose one of the following:

 

Art: Abstract Expressionism
Express yourself! Students will learn about a piece of abstract art and its artist to create mixed media abstractions while exploring warm and cool colors. Best for Pre K to 1st Grade.

 

These Are The Buildings in Our Neighborhood
In this lesson, students will explore the components of a community through art. They will discover what careers, people, and buildings make up a community and how communities work together. Students will collaborate to design and create their own community blueprints through shapes and colors. Best for Pre K to 1st Grade.

 

What’s Your Power?
Even at a young age, students have the power to make the world better. By comparing real life heroes to superheroes, students explore what powers they each have to make a positive impact on their families, their schools, and their communities. They will create a version of their “superhero” selves or a real life “superhero” in their lives. Best for K and 1st Grade.