The Wisconsin Maritime Museum’s Education Department welcomes all people to connect with our waterways through inclusive and engaging programming. We offer a wide variety of formal and informal educational programs for youth, homeschool, scout and school groups.
Programs are designed by educators, meet educational standards and make learning fun. Our education staff will work with you to schedule and create a museum visit that is perfect for your group.
Plan a Field Trip!
The Wisconsin Maritime Museum offers a wide variety of quality educational programs for children and schools that are designed by licensed educators, meet state educational standards, and make learning fun!
All Hands on Deck!
The Wisconsin Maritime Museum connects people of all abilities to our waterways.
Learn some new skills!
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts can participate in several programs and opportunities focusing on maritime education.
Book Your Visit
Sailors of all ages will discover engaging experiences, exhibits, and learning opportunities at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum. Book your field trip today.
Upcoming Educational Events
Spend the night aboard our real World War II submarine! This special overnight is meant for small groups or families. Please see the Submarine Overnights page for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This camp will be focused on all things water. Field trips include the Collins Marsh, Woodland Dunes, Blue Rail Beach and the Manitowoc Wastewater Utilities! Campers will experience kayaking, fish dissection, invasive species, swimming and ending the week with a fish fry!
Discover the wonders of water! Learn how water connects people all over the world. Be inspired to lead your family and friends as water advocates.
Visitors of all abilities are invited to explore our exhibits and submarine in an inclusive environment!