The Neville Public Museum is devoted to bringing educational experiences to school groups, daycare centers, day-camps, special needs students, home-school groups, youth groups and other educational institutions. All of our tours are developed with age appropriate activities. Students benefit by interacting with objects relevant to their daily studies. Teachers benefit by receiving pre/post visit materials and by meeting academic standards.
Group Admission Rates:
School groups (pre-k – college), youth groups, and groups with disabilities: $2 per person for self-guide tours; $3 per person for guided tours
Adult groups (non-student): $5 per person for self-guided tours; $6 per person for guided tours
Guided Tours are for groups of 10 to 90. Guided tours include an orientation and one or more of the programs below. With groups of more than 60 or groups that want to plan more than one program, teachers should contact the Curator of Education to insure that students get the most out their program.
Self-guided tours are for groups that do not want a guided tour. In all self-guided tours we recommend using scavenger hunts. You may also request a script of the guided tour and distribute this to your teachers and chaperones.
School Year Programs
Homeschool groups can sign up for the same programs as school year programs and summer programs. They must have a minimum of 8 people. Once a group has signed up, the museum will also send out an e-mail message to other homeschool groups that they can attend the same program. Call 920-448-7840 for details. If you would like to be added to the homeschool e-mail list contact Matt Welter, Curator of Education.