Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum offers field trips designed to introduce students to a variety of topics through hands-on learning. Groups of 10 or more can schedule one of the field trips described below by contacting the Education Coordinator Elizabeth Brant at
email@example.com or 410-586-8502, or by
filling out this form.
Learn how living shorelines work to fortify our rivers and the Chesapeake Bay by getting up close and personal with the Park's marshes. Come see what makes the marsh so mighty!
Every year the Education Staff at JPPM offer a special event just for homeschoolers. Keep an eye on our calendar and
Facebook page for more details.
Discover what life was like for American Indians and the first colonists of the Chesapeake Bay and how they learned to coexist.
Explore how 17th century Maryland colonists adapted to the new environment of the Chesapeake Bay.
Learn how archaeologists discover the stories of the past through an interactive program.
Explore the rich culture of Maryland's first inhabitants. Learn how the American Indians living along the Patuxent River made use of the natural environment over 500 years ago.
Learn about the lives of African-American children after the Civil War and discover how archaeology and oral history can work together to tell us stories about the past.
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Field Trip Program Fees
Groups must register in advance with the Education Coordinator and pay a reservation fee in order to reserve a specific date. In addition to the reservation fee, a per-child fee is due on or before the field trip date. Contact Liz Brant at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-586-8502 for more details.
- $25 reservation fee for groups of 25 or fewer students
- $50 reservation fee for groups of 26 or more
- $5 per child
- Adult chaperones are free
We cannot accommodate groups larger than 60 students.