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Tour Request Form

Please complete the form below to request a guided tour. A Global Health Odyssey Museum staff member will contact you to schedule your tour.

If you do not have an email client (outlook, etc), click here and fill in the form and send it to us via your web email to global@cdc.gov.

Group Name:

Group Coordinator:

Daytime Phone:

Cell Phone:

Mailing Address:

Email Address:

Number of Attendees (including educators and chaperones): Minimum number of attendees is 10.
10-20
20-30
30-40

Guided Tour Date/Time Preference:
Guided tours are available on Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday
Please indicate a specific date below.

Please select a time:

10:00AM
12:30PM
3:00PM

Self-guided Tour Date/Time Preference:
Self-guided tours are available Monday-Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM, with hours extended to 7 PM
on Thursday.

Please indicate a specific date and time below.

Select your itinerary:

Middle School Tour (10-40 students)
2.0 Hours
Permanent and Changing Exhibit Tour, Behind Closed Doors video.

High School Tour (10-40 students)
2.0 Hours
Permanent and Changing Exhibit Tour, Behind Closed Doors video

Home-schooled Group
Home-schooled groups are eligible for any of the middle or high school tours listed above. We are aware of the unique circumstances surrounding home-schooled groups, but to preserve the integrity of our educational programs and due to space limitations, we ask that you limit the number of adult chaperones to 1 chaperone per 3-5 students. Please also use discretion when bringing younger siblings along. Space is limited in the Global Health Odyssey Museum classroom, so strollers are not permitted. Chaperones and parents are considered in the total number count for the group.

College or Graduate students(10-40)
Permanent and Changing Exhibit Tour, Behind Closed Doors video.

Adults (10-40)
Permanent and Changing Exhibit Tour, Behind Closed Doors video.

Description of Group

Include area of study, interests, or any other information that would help your docent make your tour appropriate.



 
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