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Learning isn’t one-size-fits-all at the DEA Museum. The staff develops engaging programs and events, informative lesson plans, and curated resource lists for all ages.
Artifact talks, panel discussions, and interviews with special guests are only some of the captivating programs hosted by the Museum. Each program is inspired by exhibits and enjoyed by audiences around the world. View recordings below and mark your calendar for upcoming offerings.
An expert panel discussion on DEA’s efforts to stop the environmental impacts of illegal drug production.
A conversation with DEA’s experts on the fentanyl and fake pills crisis.
The DEA Museum pays tribute to Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, in whose honor and memory Red Ribbon Week was created.
Resources for Educators
Guide students through the science and history of drug use and drug law enforcement with the Museum’s dynamic lesson plans.
All activities include a list of resources and teach students important critical thinking, research, and citizenship skills. Search content by grade level and introduce new, engaging perspectives into any classroom. Click here to browse all lesson plans.
Junior Special Agent Program
Explore the Museum and earn a Junior Special Agent badge by completing word searches, letter scrambles, and other challenges to think like DEA agents. Learn more about this program for children 12 years and younger.
Online Resources for Families and Visitors
There are exciting learning opportunities online and in the Museum’s backyard. Discover resources on drug use, drug law enforcement, and museums in and around DC that continue conversations inspired by on-site exhibits.
Explore websites with information and activities tailored to children, teens, parents, and more.
Learn more about the initiatives of drug law enforcement organizations and the people they serve.