The museum offers outstanding educational programs designed to familiarize students with the life in the 18th century while meeting state educational standards. Students will learn about the life of their 18th century counterparts through combinations of both hands-on activities and in-classroom instruction. We welcome the opportunity to work with you to customize your experience to compliment individual classroom curriculum.
Reservations are required. A deposit of 50% at time of reservation is required. Remaining balance due at time of visit. Groups are booked on a first come, first serve basis.
Student fee is $6 per student for reservations made by November 1 and $8 per student for reservations made after November 1. Teachers are free of charge. To schedule a school tour or for details, please contact us.
Available Activities: Blacksmithing, Lucettes (weaving), 18th Century painting, Punched tin, 18th Century dairy processes, 18th Century medicine, 18th Century school, 18th Century garden program, Colonial seed exchange program, Revolutionary War solider life, Native American program, 18th Century printing, 18th Century Papermaking, Sweet Bags/potpourri, Colonial Games, Wool Dyeing, Silhouette making, Colonial textile production, Log House Tour