Hours
Tue–Fri, 12:00–5:00 pm
Sat–Sun, 10:00 am–5:00 pm
Closed Mondays 

Skirball Cultural Center

Noah's Ark at the Skirball | Pre-K–Grade 3

Field Trips | Educators

Group of people playing African drums

Aboard Noah's Ark, your students are the most important part of the experience. Bring the story to life by working together!

When

Tuesday–Friday during the school year, 10:00–11:30 am

Admission

This program and waitlist are at capacity for the 2022–2023 school year.

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Health and Safety Protocols

Non-cloth masks are required during all school programs.
 

About the Program

Aboard Noah's Ark, your students are the most important part of the experience. Bring the story to life by working together!

Inside the Skirball’s award-winning destination—featuring whimsical animals crafted from repurposed everyday objects—students learn the values of community and collaboration through hands-on experiences.

"The tour objectives were met and so were others, for example: language development, problem-solving, and how the students demonstrated kindness toward each other.” — First Grade Teacher

Get Ready to Register

School tours book quickly! Be prepared for registration day by setting up your School Program account in advance.

Read the FAQs

Review registration tips, find details about admission and bus scholarships, and more!

Noah’s Ark at the Skirball: The Art of Imagination

Watch the introduction video for our suite of Noah's Ark classroom resources, The Art of Imagination!

Spotlight

Class of young students holding hand-made cards and boxes in front of a mural of a tree

Students in Action

Inspired by their Noah's Ark school tour, four second-grade classes at Clover Avenue Elementary led a school-wide sock drive, donating more than 180 pairs of socks to Chrysalis, a nonprofit dedicated to helping unhoused individuals find and retain employment. Students also created “postcards of positivity,” filled with messages of encouragement and support for Chrysalis participants.