A field trip to a National Geographic Student Matinee introduces students to world-changing National Geographic Explorers, including photographers, filmmakers, and scientists. Matinee presentations are approximately one hour and include a short question-and-answer session with the speaker. Spark students’ curiosity in science, exploration, and storytelling!
In Washington, D.C., groups can extend their visit to National Geographic headquarters and stay for lunch and a complimentary museum visit. Information about National Geographic Student Matinees outside of Washington, D.C., can be found here.
Here are a few key details to help you plan your visit:
Student matinees begin at 10 a.m.
Student matinees are designed for middle school students.
At least one chaperone per 10 students is required. No more than three chaperones per 10 students are permitted.