The Agriculture Museum is a Great Location for a Class Field Trip!
Students, educators and community members are invited to participate in a fun, hands-on and educational tour that will explore learning stations and exhibits throughout the Ag Museum galleries.
The Stations focus on plant growth, farm to table labor dynamics, seasonal produce, beneficial insects, farm practices past and present, water issues, and more.
Visitors can also explore the Museum’s permanent and temporary exhibits, explore themed garden beds, sit on an Oliver tractor, dress up like a farmer, play our electronic match the crop game, and many more hands-on interactive displays.
Select from the Ag tours in Santa Paula below, or find out more about our group and school tours at our Ventura location.
- The Dirt on Ag: Docent-led Tour Students explore the many facets of agriculture including plant parts, soil, seeds, farm labor, pollinators, and other creepy crawlers through standards-based interactive stations. (90 minutes, $5 per student.)
- Self-guided Tour: Students follow interpretive text and engage with interactives under chaperone and teacher supervision. (60 minutes, $1 per student.)