School Group Bookings
The Military Museums is supported by The Military Museums Foundation, a non-profit organization that develops and delivers a wide variety of Alberta curriculum-based education programs, activities and tours to local School groups.
Veteran Guest Speakers
Schools and Teachers: If you are looking to host a Veteran Guest Speaker at your school assembly for Remembrance Day, please click the link below for details.
Due to Covid-19, our education programs are currently cancelled until further notice. Please stay tuned for future updates.
School Group Bookings
Please review our Frequently Asked Questions before making your booking.
To make a School Group booking:
1. View the list of available Programs and Packages below:
2. Then click the School Bookings Form below to reserve your Education program request.
Note: The maximum number of students allowed in a group is 90.
Group and School Fees
- Full Day (=> 3 hrs) - $15/student: Includes 4 programs and Time to Explore.
- Half Day (< 3 hrs) - $12.50/student: Includes 2 programs and Time to Explore.
Teachers and supervisory adults are at no charge.
- Evening program (> 2 hrs) - $10/student (minimum $125.00): Includes 1 program and Time to Explore. 2 Parent volunteers are free. Additional adults $8.00
Adult Bus Groups
Bus tours include a 3 hour program with a special guided tour of all museums inside the main building and either: Time to Explore, Theatre Presentation of Choice, or Artifact Handling. Patrons of the Honourable Guard in good standing can book tours at a discount.
- Adult Bus Group Fees Cost / program
- Adult Bus $600
- Booking as Patron of the Honourable Guard $400
Payment and Cancellation Policy
A $35 administrative charge will apply to changes made to the scheduled programming after confirmation is issued.
For a well-rounded experience we suggest you choose an activity, a tour and a theatre presentation. You may select a package or build your own by selecting individual programs.
Please note: Remembrance programs are offered year-round.
Larger groups may be divided into smaller groups for rotation, and may require additional time.
Supervisory adults are admitted free to the museum. A Supervisory adult is defined as an adult responsible for children, who stays with the group at all times and is in charge.
Lunchtime and Snacks: The Museum does not have a cafeteria onsite, so students are required to bring their lunches/snacks.
If weather permits, lunch or snacks may be eaten outside in our designated areas. The education center and vending areas can be used for lunch inside the museum.