Virtual Tours and Field Trips

Virtual Field Trips 2


About our Virtual OFferings

Bring the sea to your screen with free virtual tours and virtual field trips for K-12 students! We offer 2 types of virtual field trips to meet the needs of different learning styles and group configurations. Our virtual field trip options include: (1) include a walking tour of the aquarium with an aquarium educator via Zoom or (2) a pre-recorded video along with printable activities and the option to follow up the video with a Zoom Q&A session with an aquarium educator.

  1. Virtual Tours
  2. Video with Q&A Session
  3. ePic Charter Students

ABout

Our new virtual tours will allow you and your students to Zoom with education staff while we walk you through some of the aquarium’s most popular exhibits including: our newest exhibit, the Secret World of the Octopus, as well as our sea turtle exhibit, our Polynesian Reef, and the world’s largest collection of bull sharks! 

details and Eligibility

  • Appropriate for K-12 students and mixed age groups
  • Lasts 20-30 min (depending on student age/engagement)
  • Available for groups with 15+ students*
  • Offered Monday/Friday at 9:00 a.m. or 9:30 a.m.
  • FREE with support from our generous donors!

*Homeschool students and EPIC charter students may participate in virtual field trips with Q&A sessions (see "Video with Q&A Session" tab above).


HOw to register

Step 1: Choose a date for your Zoom tour. Please note that virtual tours are available on Mondays and Fridays at 9:00 a.m. or 9:30 a.m.

Step 2: Register here*
*EPIC Charter students and groups with fewer than 15 students are not currently eligible for virtual tours; however, if you are an EPIC student or have fewer than 15 students, you may still request a virtual field trip video and/Q&A session (see tab).

 

Donors and Donations

Thank you to the generous donors who have made this virtual programming possible!

 If you would like to make a donation to our Fish Friends Scholarship Fund, please email our Director of Education and Research, Ann Money, at amoney@okaquarium.org.