Bring the Museum to You with a Guest Expert
Take your group on an adventure through time with virtual guest experts from Carnegie Museum of Natural History! Tune in live with educators who will give your group a unique experience learning all about your favorite natural history topics and taking you through special activities to explore what it’s like to be a scientist at the museum.
Step 1. Before You Book Your Guest Expert – Gather Information
- Guest Experts must be booked four weeks in advance. This allows us to coordinate with you regarding the unique digital needs of your group.
- Have a preferred date and a backup date for your program to take place.
- Have the number of children and adults virtually attending your program (total individuals) and how many devices will need to log on to the session.
- If you have a large group, you can ask to split your group into multiple sessions.
Step 2. Pick Your Theme
Three Sisters: Haudenosaunee Science & Culture
Explore contemporary cultures of the Haudenosaunee people (also called Iroquois) and their relationships with the natural world. Examine tools and hand-crafted objects to learn about unifying themes and unique beliefs across the Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk, and Tuscarora nations.
Add Ons? Live Animal Meet and Greet
Bring our Animal Ambassadors to your location
Our museum educators will bring a selection of our animals to you virtually! The museum keeps both native and exotic animals in its living collection to teach about conservation and the scientific research happening at the museum.
Cost: $200 for 45 minutes (This can be added on to a program.)