Plan your visit or become a member today! Join us on April 14-15 for Jackie Robinson Day!


Explore Jack Roosevelt Robinson’s legacy of fighting for equality, both on and off the baseball field. Through discussion, videos, and objects, participants will learn how Robinson showed great courage by standing up to unfairness and injustice throughout his life. Get inspired by Robinson’s civil rights activism and his push to have our nation live up to its founding principles and then share how you will embrace his legacy of speaking out about issues that are important to you!

Review the guidelines below and request your program.

Group size: Virtual field trips are designed for one class (up to 35 students) at a time.

Program Fee: $75 per program; A deposit of $15 is required to confirm your reservation. The remaining balance is due prior to your program date by credit card or school-issued check.

Scheduling: Submit a request using the form below and a Museum staff member will be in touch. Virtual field trip scheduling is subject to educator availability and not guaranteed.

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This program is intended for groups, not individual children or families.

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Self-guided School Visits

Grades 5-12

Educators and students, visit the Jackie Robinson Museum for a unique look at the life and legacy of American hero, Jackie Robinson, as an athlete, activist, citizen, businessman, and family man.

HOURS: 11 AM - 6 PM, Thu - Sun