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Voices of the Great Hall brings real characters from Washington’s history to life.

Check back for more information about 2020-2021 program offerings.

During this field trip, student groups are led through the Great Hall, to three different characters and experience the past through their defining moments.

At the conclusion of each interactive performance, students are encouraged to ask questions about the event and/or life of their character. Students will have opportunities to explore the museum exhibits before and/or after the guided portion of the tour. This facilitated program can accommodate groups up to 200 students.

Watch video of Voices of the Great Hall!

Please note: History Lab facilitated visits are not available during Voices of the Great Hall.

For more information, contact the Education Department.

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Admission

Percentage of Students Receiving Free or Reduced Lunch Cost per Student for Self-Directed Field Trips
0 - 49% $7
50 - 65% $6
66 - 80% $5
81 - 100% $4

Voices of the Great Hall field trip admission is based on a sliding scale measured by the percentage of students who receive free and reduced lunch at that school.

Teachers and chaperones at a 1:5 ratio are free. Additional chaperone admission is $5 each.

Hear Performances

Listen to samples from previous Ghosts’ performances by selecting one of the links below:

Additional Resources

Below are some suggested resources for learning more about exploration:

Chaperone Schedule

Download a schedule and map of the Great Hall for chaperones visiting the museum.