Cape Cod's Nature Place

The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

Planning a Class Visit


Rain or Shine School Group Trips  .......

Expect the students to be on the John Wing Trail for 90 minutes.

Each class will be led by one of our Naturalists thru the Salt Marsh, to the island and then the Tidal Flats.

Trail Presentations can be tailored to your specific curriculum needs. What is observed outside will be revisited inside.

There are stations on each floor, where interpreters are available to explain the exhibits and answer questions.

Upstairs expect to see archaeology, Wampanoags, the Osprey live on camera, the observation bee hive & Shark Science.

The Tide Pool, Turtle Bay, Bird Alley and a project room are downstairs, along with jellies, lobsters, sea ravens, etc.

It is possible to make arrangements for special projects or presentations depending on your curriculum needs.

We recommend at least 60 minutes in the museum.

We have picnic tables under a tent for lunch.

Please contact me with questions and/or special requests.

Barbara Knoss
Director: Education & Volunteers
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
869 Main Street/Route 6ABrewster, MA 02631
508 896 3867 #119  Fax 508 896 8844