School Visits

At the Coral Gables Museum, the city becomes our classroom for learning about the civic arts of architecture, urban design, urban planning, historic preservation, environmental preservation, and sustainable development. The City of Coral Gables is a unique, planned community developed in the 1920s and a shining example of the positive impacts that thoughtful architecture and urban planning can have on a community.

Our educational programs introduce K-12 students to career paths in the civic arts, such as architect, landscape architect, developer, urban planner, engineer, ecologist, activist, politician, public administrator and more.

Our educational vision is to build responsible and creative citizens that will contribute positively to communities worldwide.


School visits to the Coral Gables Museum are engaging and meet Florida State Standards! The Coral Gables Museum participates in a variety of existing programs for K-12 audiences, and teacher-learning resources are available when you schedule a school tour.

Exhibition tours are $5 per student. City tours are $10 per student. 1 chaperone for every 10 students is required. Chaperones are free.

To schedule a school visit, please call 305-603-8067 or complete this Field Trip Request Form and send to

For more information regarding school visits, please email


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