Inside the museum, you can view a slide show that interprets the historic site. It is started every half hour during museum hours, with the last showing begining 30 minutes prior to closing time.
School and Group Programs
Museum admission and programs are free to student groups and their teachers/leaders (including homeschoolers). A reduced admission fee may apply to adult groups larger than 15. Due to staff limitations, interpretive programs are not offered to the general public on a daily basis.
Length- approximately one and one-half hours long
Available- March through November - 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
- December through February - call 636-464-2976 for arrangements
Includes- a slide show
- interpreter-led presentation
- museum tour
- a hike to the former excavation site (If there is inclement weather on the day of or day prior to the visit, the trail may be inaccessible. An indoor educational scavenger hunt is substituted for the hike.)
Subject MatterThe program concentrates on ice age mammals and early man. Other available topics include: "Prehistoric Life Skills;" "Early Man and Technology;" and "Fossils." Geology, naturalist and forester programs for Scout badge requirements are also readily available.
Reservations- call the museum at 636-464-2976
Reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Demand is highest for morning programs in March, April, October and November. Reservations are taken no more than nine months in advance and should be made no less than two weeks in advance.
A variety of educational materials are free to teachers who make a reservation. Call site staff at 636-464-2976 to obtain these materials in advance of your visit.
For fees, click on the link to the right.