School Programs

America’s Car Museum is your vehicle for learning!

At LeMay – America’s Car Museum, opportunities for continued development of core academic skills and creativity abound! Choose your road to discovery through inquiry-based tours, hands-on workshops, or self-guided exploration. We offer virtual, in-person, and outreach (in your classroom) options to encourage students to examine automobiles as engineering feats, historical artifacts, and rolling sculptures. Give your students the keys to learning by scheduling your reservation today!

Based on current CDC recommendations and the Governor’s mandate, all students, teachers, and chaperones will be required to wear masks while participating in field trips at the Museum. 


Schools, scouts, youth community organizations, and homeschool groups are eligible for the discounted admission rates below. Programs are available for a variety of ages ranging from preschool to college students. A minimum of 10 students is required.

Group visits must be scheduled a minimum of two weeks in advance for self-guided groups and four weeks for groups wanting to participate in a tour or workshop. All group visits are subject to availability. Chaperones should review the map of the Museum and the Rules of the Road in advance to ensure that all participants are well prepared for their visit. Educators who are interested in previewing the Museum before a field trip may contact the Education Department for an educator admission coupon.



  • $6 per student for admission
    • Self-guided visit and/or guided tour
  • $9 per student for admission + workshop

CHAPERONES: One chaperone per 10 students will be admitted for free to assist with supervision. Additional chaperones (who exceed 1:10 ratio) will be charged $6 each. Preschool classes are allowed one free chaperone for every 5 students.

SCHOLARSHIPS: To ensure all students have access to meaningful learning experiences, scholarships may be available for discounts on student admission and workshop fees as well as reimbursements for transportation expenses. Scholarship applications are accepted on a rolling basis when scholarship funds are available.


Complimentary parking is available for school buses and vans. However, vehicles that are not categorized as a school bus or van must pay $5 to park in the Museum’s parking lot. Parking fees must be paid separately from group admission fees at the guest services desk in the Lobby.


A location to eat outside food (such as sack lunches) may be requested in advance and is subject to availability.

Speed Zone Tickets

Access to the Speed Zone is on a first-come, first-served basis and payment can be made upon arrival. The following discounts are available for education groups:

  • Pro-class Slot Car Track:  Additional $2 per student ($3 for regular Museum visitors). A slot car track ticket allows for 10 minutes of play and can accommodate up to 4 people at one time.
  • CXC Racing Simulator: Additional $6 per student ($8 for regular Museum visitors). A racing simulator ticket allows for 6 minutes of play and can accommodate up to 3 people at one time. Participants must be at least 4’3” tall.


Education Department – | 253.683.3978