Teens

Teen Programs at the Museum empower students to examine the people, processes, and materials that create buildings and places. Our programs enhance the built environment in the classroom, helping teens to develop skills in critical and creative thinking, problem solving, analysis, evaluation, and teamwork.

Upcoming Events

Teen Night at Fun House
Thursday, August 16
6-9 pm | Free 

At this exclusive event, teens experience the Museum, including Fun House, after hours while dancing to a DJ, relaxing with friends, or trying out a design challenge.

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Sponsors

Teen programs at the National Building Museum are generously supported by:  The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation; The National Endowment for the Humanities; Humanities D.C.; The Rona and Jeffrey Abramson Family Foundation; Sunrise Foundation; Clark Education Fund; The Butz Foundation; Hattie M. Strong Foundation; Herbert M. Franklin Fund for Teen Programs; Sandy Rynd Chaleski; Kelly Family Cuidiú Foundation; and an anonymous donor. Geppetto Catering, Inc. is the official meal provider for all education programs at the National Building Museum.

Design Apprenticeship Program is generously supported by: The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation; The Butz Foundation; Clark Education Fund; Herbert M. Franklin Teen Programs Fund; Sandy Rynd Chaleski; and an anonymous donor. Geppetto Catering, Inc. is the official meal provider for all education programs at the National Building Museum.

Investigating Where We Live has been made possible in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Investigating Where We Live is also generously supported by the Clark Education Fund; the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation; Humanities DC; the Herbert M. Franklin Teen Programs Fund; Sandy Rynd Chaleski; and an anonymous donor. Geppetto Catering Inc., is the official meal provider for educational programs at the National Building Museum.