The History Museum is proud of its extensive list of educational offerings for schools. The museum can meet the needs of students in several ways. Classes can visit the historic houses and exhibit galleries on field trips. The History Museum can also provide education in the classroom by visiting your class with audio/visual materials through presentations. Special programs designed just for schools are scheduled at various times throughout the academic year. The History Museum’s Education Department has developed a list of Indiana Academic Standards met through museum visits and school programs.
School groups visit The History Museum regularly to experience history in a unique and interactive way. We offer learning for virtually all age groups, from Pre-K through college. Guided tours are available and school groups are also welcome to tour the museum’s exhibits on their own, as long as teachers and chaperones accompany the students.
Classroom Visits to The History Museum
Schools can explore history at The History Museum through a wide variety of educational exhibits and programs. We welcome field trips in the exhibit galleries. Guided tours of the historic houses– the Oliver Mansion and the Worker’s Home–are also offered.
Special programs designed for school groups provide hands-on, interactive learning for students. Joint visits that include both The History Museum and Studebaker National Museum, adjacent to The History Museum, can be scheduled by The History Museum.
Reservations are required and can be made by contacting The History Museum’s Tour Coordinator at (574) 235-9664, ext. 239 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please note that the brochure below was created before our museum’s name change in December 2014. Most of the information is correct, however the brochure will be updated and posted here over the next year.