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Welcome, School Groups!

Heritage Park is open year-round for educational/group programs with reservation. Pricing begins at $5 per student or chaperone; teachers and administrators are FREE. Non-school group fees vary. We offer guided, educational trips to the 1874 Bradley Home, Herbert H. Dow Museum and Brinewell, Dorothy Dow Arbury Gallery, and temporary exhibitions.

Grades: All Ages
Cost: $5 per person

Heritage Park

Add-On Experiences for Groups

The 1874 Bradley Home is a hands-on historic house museum offering a glimpse of the everyday life of an early Midland family. Learn about family dynamics, luxuries & challenges, traditions & how they compare to YOUR daily life. Also includes a tour of the adjacent Carriage House & its collection of horse-drawn carriages and sleighs.

Beginning Spring 2021

Grades / 2+, 
Cost / $5 per person
Schedule early; tour times are limited.

Multi-media exhibits, audio and video displays and engaging hands-on activities provide a fascinating exploration of the early days of Midland’s largest business. Experiment with electrical currents, simple chemistry experiments and help to identify human, natural and capital resources that aided the founding of The Dow Chemical Company. (Half-day experience)

Beginning Spring 2021

Grades / 4+
Cost / $5 per person
Schedule early; tour times are limited.

Art From the Heart Scholarships

A limited number of group field trip scholarships are available. Early application is recommended. Forms can be downloaded here or pick-up at the Ticket Office

Questions? Please call (989) 631-5930 x 1227.

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First time coming to a show with us?

Here's useful information before your visit. We also have a children's go-to guide for families.

Student Matinee Performances

These shows indulge the imagination while supporting art, literature and science curriculum.