Camp Group Field Trips


There will be limited capacity in our halls, theaters, and garage, therefore all visits must be arranged through Central Reservations in advance of your visit to the Museum. 


  • Please call 212-769-5200 to register.


Important Information About Your Visit

  • The Museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
  • Subway entrance is closed for entry.
  • All camp groups must check in with a Museum representative upon arrival at the Museum. Camp groups arriving by bus will check in at the school group reception area. Camp groups arriving on foot or via mass transit will check in at the Rose Center entrance at 81st Street. 
  • If payment has not been made, please make sure you have your check filled out or if you have a purchase order, please have a copy ready. If you have a purchase order, you will be asked to sign an acknowledgement of the balance due.  
  • The Museum’s Ross Terrace and select lawns in Theodore Roosevelt Park are available for camp lunches. There are no indoor lunch spaces currently available at the Museum. 
  • No drinking fountains are available. 
  • The Museum will not hold items for groups; please carry all belongings or leave them on the bus. 
  • Masks are required for all visitors ages 2 and above. Please review the Museum’s complete Health and Safety  requirements. 
  • If your group requires any accommodations, visit the Museum’s Accessibility page for more information.
  • Download Explorer, the Museum’s free mobile app! Includes a Museum map, turn-by-turn directions to exhibits and amenities, and more. 

Code of Conduct

Any camp group not following the below guidelines will be asked to leave the Museum. Thank you for your cooperation.

  • One adult chaperon is required for every 10 students. Chaperones must remain with their group at all times.
  • Please use “inside voices” throughout the Museum at all times.
  • No running, yelling, listening to radios, or using Museum exhibit cases as drawing surface is allowed.
  • Many of the Museum’s artifacts, specimens, paintings, and murals are not to be touched.
  • No food drink, candy, or chewing gum allowed in exhibition halls. Dispose of all your trash in trash receptacles.
  • Please keep all coats, hats or backpacks with you at all times.
  • Rose Center for Earth and Space: Please be advised when using the escalators to use caution, hold handrails, and exit promptly.
  • Photography is allowed with handheld cameras (except where noted) and with available light or electronic flash attachments. Tripods and lights may not be used. Reproduction or sale of photographs is not allowed without permission. Photography is not permitted in the theaters and in special exhibitions.