Learning at the MSU Museum
MSU Museum Education engages university and public audiences by developing and facilitating learning experiences connected to the Museum and MSU. Education activities at the Michigan State University Museum are designed to engage audiences, facilitate understanding, and inspire discovery.
We welcome groups of all ages to visit the MSU Museum. Please click on your interest area in the sidebar on the left side of this page.
- Can't visit the MSU Museum in person? Let us bring the museum to your classroom. View our Virtual Outreach Program page.
- Want to volunteer with education at the MSU Museum? Become a member of our docent program. For more information, view our Docents page.
- Make your preschooler's museum visit more fun and learning-filled! Borrow a free SEAL- Tots backpack in the Ground Floor Education Station at the MSU Museum.
Darwin Discovery Day was a big hit!
The MSU Museum's 11th annual Darwin Discovery Day was held on Sunday, February 8, 2015. It was a great afternoon of science, exploration and discovery. This year’s theme was “Teeth, Horns, Claws, Thorns: Nature’s Weapons.” Researchers and graduate students from all across MSU were at the MSU Museum to share their expertise and love of science with the public. Thank you to all who attended and our terrific voluteers who helped make DDD possible!