Explore the “Magic Age of Steam” at Auburn Heights through programs, field trips, tours and more! Programs at Auburn Heights focus on the history of transportation and the rise of the automobile in American life as well as the natural resources around us. 


Booking a Program or Tour

Please make reservations at least two weeks in advance. To schedule a program or for more information, fill out our online form or contact our Director of Public Programs by email or  (302) 239-2385. 


Field Trips

Students are encouraged to draw comparisons between the past and the present, explore changes in motion and design, learn a little local history and, most of all, be curious! Interactive activities, exhibits, and crafts help students broaden the scope of learning and explore science, technology, history, design, function and much more. Field trips can be done in partnership with the Delaware State Parks’ Auburn Valley State Park.
*We are also happy to accommodate home school and summer camp groups with advance notice* 

Outreach Programs

Bring the Marshall Steam Museum to you: virtually or in-person! Using crafts, stories and historical objects, students participate in interactive discussions and hands-on activities that encourage creativity, critical thinking, movement and play. 

Summer Camps
Add some steamin’ fun to your summer! Learn how to fire up a steam locomotive and drive a diesel train with our single-day camp experience. Dates for 2022 to be released soon!


Learning is fun at any age! Join us for special programs like Behind the Steam, enjoy a tour of the museum or invite us to visit you.

New for 2021: Model T Driving School. Learn how to drive a Model T over the course of 4-hours!

Book a lecture!
In this 40-minute presentation, “Introduction to Auburn Heights”, we introduce your group to what we do at Auburn Heights, our history and our unique collection.  For more information, call (302) 239-2385 or email us.

Teacher Resources

These resources and ideas for collaborative projects can help enhance your time with the Marshall Steam Museum. The resources are interdisciplinary with a strong emphasis on science, engineering, and social studies and are available to download. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or suggestions!

More Resources

Use these links to learn more about this history of transportation, steam cars, the collecting hobby, locomotives, and more!


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