Visit Feiro with your classroom or group any day of the week for a self-guided visit to the exhibits – we will work to accommodate your schedule needs.
For a more in-depth experience, staff educators will facilitate hands-on activities during your field trip of up to 30 students for an additional fee.
Select two 45 minute activities to make up to a 90 minute program. Activities listed under each column are 45 minutes each, except Ocean Storytime. The program includes orientation and transition time between stations in addition to the activities.
|Classroom Activity||Exhibit Activity||Field Activity|
|Plankton investigation||Exhibit scavenger hunt||Beach Seine*|
|Build-a-Plankton buoyancy lesson||Nature Journaling||Nature Journaling|
*Beach Seine available April-October, and is tide dependent.
**Ocean Storytime + Exhibits is targeted to preK aged youth. This program is approximately an hour and costs $50.
If you would like to add on a visit to the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Discovery Center at the Landing Mall, steps from Feiro, you can call them at 360-406-2092 to make a free reservation.
Fees and Policies
- For self-guided visits
- group reservations are required for groups of 10 or more
- we reserve the right to refuse admission to groups larger than 10 without a reservation
- admission fees apply (effective May 1, 2017)
- $2 per student; adult chaperones free up to 1 per 5 students, extra chaperones $5 each
- For facilitated visit (90 minutes of hands-on activities)
- all groups require reservations
- fees apply
- $80 for up to 30 students
- this rate includes admission
- Pre-payment preferred
- Membership benefits do not apply to groups
Call 360-417-6254 or email Rachele to make your reservation
North Olympic Watershed Science Elementary Program
These are grant funded program offered to specific classrooms and grades. If you would like more information, please call 360-417-6254 or email Rachele
4th Grade NOW Science: Watershed Investigations
With educators from Feiro, Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary and Olympic National Park, get an up-close view of Peabody Creek in this field investigation taking you from Olympic National Park to the mouth of the creek at the Port Angeles harbor. Help answer the question “What would it take for salmon to thrive in Peabody Creek?” through data collection and physical observations. Explore concepts related to ocean acidification in the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary learning lab. Build awareness of how everyday human activities impact, positively and negatively, the health of our surrounding watersheds. End with data analysis and creation of communications tools, such as posters and brochures.
This program is supported by the NOAA B-WET (Bay Watershed Education Training) Program.
NOW Science: Systems for Survival: The Impacts of Marine Debris
This program is being re-developed. In the meantime, you can still access related materials to plankton, ocean food web and marine plastics.