School Field Trips

See area history through a whole new lens

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum offers approved Arts and Science Integration Lesson Plans.

Book a trip and your class will experience first-hand our area’s rich and ancient past through the Museum’s exhibit “Five Thousand Years on the Loxahatchee” and discover history, the arts and science through a whole new lens on a climb to the top of the Jupiter Light.

Each student will also receive a certificate for a FREE pass to return with their families to share their knowledge about our national heritage site.

School Tour reservations for the 2018-2019 school year are now being accepted. Bus Transportation funds may be available on a first-come basis. Contact Amanda Dixon, Program Manager, at adixon@jupiterlighthouse.org to book a field trip, make special requests or for more information.

Please see the School Tour Information & Inquiry form below for minimum and maximum numbers in your group tour as well as chaperones requirements.

Our Field Trip Resources:

Download these forms and lesson plans as you prepare your visit to Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum.

Feedback

We’d love to hear about your experience. Please contact our Program Director with any questions or concerns. Please consider completing our education survey.

Our Facility Offers:

Onsite ADA Accessible Restroom Facilities

There are four restrooms in the museum building. They are located in the museum gallery and gift shop. THERE ARE NO RESTROOMS BY THE LIGHTHOUSE. Please use the restroom before going on
the tour to the lighthouse.

Indoor & Outdoor Exhibits

The Museum exhibits, Tindall House and Keeper’s Workshop Exhibit are indoors and air-conditioned. The Lighthouse, Tindall Pioneer Homestead (grounds area) and Lighthouse Deck area are outdoors and exposed to weather.