Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Law Enforcement Museum is temporarily suspending in-person group experiences including tours and workshops. However, digital experiences led by our Programs staff are still available and customizable for the needs of your class. Follow the link below for additional information and contact us to set up your immersive digital educational experience today!
Add a workshop to your field trip plans for a truly engaging, unforgettable Museum experience! Workshops are aligned to the Common Core Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.
Can’t make it to Washington? We can come to you! If you teach in the DC Metro region, sign up for one of our signature Traveling Forensic Workshops.
The Museum offers student-centered workshops that meet both Girl Scouts of the USA and Scouting BSA badge requirements.
In 2018 the Museum hosted more than 100 educators from the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia for the annual Evening for Educators. Held for the first time in our beautiful new Museum, educators had the opportunity to mingle with other public, private, charter and home school educators to share their experiences while learning first-hand about the Museum’s immersive and interactive exhibits and STEM-focused and curriculum-focused educational workshops. Members of the Museum’s Education and Group Tours teams were on hand to explain how the Museum can create a Museum experience tailored towards the needs and interests of students.