On Site Classes
Highly engaging, hands-on and informative on-site field trips for students.
At the Roundhouse Aquarium Teaching Center, education is one way we like to connect students to the ocean. We offer a wide variety of onsite learning programs catering to all grade levels. Our programs are flexible and customizable so if there is a particular habitat, animal or topic that you are interested in, please let us know and we will be able to accommodate your request. All our onsite programs offer hands-on learning and are aligned with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
For more details about our variety of Onsite Programs, look for the listings below.
Pricing/funding: Grants are available for qualifying schools. Please contact Dawn@roundhouseaquarium.org for more information on pricing, grants, and booking field trips.
Location: Onsite classes take place in the Roundhouse Aquarium, at the end of the Manhattan Beach pier.
When: Onsite classes run Monday-Friday between 9am and 12pm. Class length is customizable within this time frame.
Health and Safety
Students and Teachers should not attend the field trip if they are not feeling well. This includes a fever within the last 24 hours, coughing, or vomiting within the last 48 hours. Anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days should also not attend. Masks are not required, but are still recommended. If a student becomes ill during the field trip, it is the responsibility of the teachers/chaperones to take care of that student.
We are continuing to clean surfaces and public spaces regularly.
We ask that hand sanitizer is not used prior to touching in our touch tank, but hand washing is recommended.
We are continuing to follow LA County Department of Public Health Guidelines, and will update our health and safety measurements as needed.