Educational Programs For Students

School Tours

Students enjoy a tour through the museum stopping at several stations to experience a hand on activity that brings the artifacts in the Collection to life.  School tours can be scheduled by contacting the museum.

Fall After School Program

In the Fall, the Wray Museum offers an after-school program for children in 3rd through 6th grade. These programs were created to increase public awareness of the Wray Museum and give students a much more hands-on experience that is not available during regular hours.

2023 After School Program for 3rd through 6th Grade Students

Kenny Rogers recorded a song about nostalgia of a small hometown called “Twenty Years Ago.”

It's been a long time since I walked through this old town. But, oh, how the memories start to flow and there's the old movie house, they finally closed it down. You could find me there every Friday night twenty years ago.

I worked the counter at the drugstore down the street. But nobody's left there I would know On Saturday mornings that's where all my friends would meet. You'd be surprised what a dime would buy twenty years ago.

All my memories from those days come gather round me. What I'd give if they could take me back in time. Oh, it almost seems like yesterday, where do the good times go? Life was so much easier twenty years ago.

Participants will explore the pop culture of the country and what was happening in Wray from 1893 to 1993 at twenty-year intervals The sessions will be held on Mondays from 3:30 to 5:00 PM. Students can register for one or all of the sessions. There is no fee for the program but pre-registration is requested.

 Online Registration

History Take Out

The Wray Museum has partnered with History Colorado to bring to children in the tri-state area exciting, relevant, hands-on social studies programing. History Take Out, was designed to allow students in the 3rd and 4th grade to explore artifacts, historic photographs, culture cards, and a map of Colorado. Let our staff bring Colorado History to your classroom.