Education

All of our educational programs have been designed to meet the goals and objectives of the Connecticut Elementary and Secondary Social Studies Frameworks and Common Core State Standards. Our programs are inquiry-based and help develop skills in close observation, evidential reasoning, and critical thinking. Our museum tours and outreach programs are also great for non-school youth groups, such as Scout troops, religious groups, social service agencies, and after-school programs.

  • Schedule an Education Program Schedule an Education Program

    When booking an education program there are a lot of things to consider. Here are some of the things to think about before making your plans.

  • On-Site Museum Education Programs On-Site Museum Education Programs

    Museum programs, tours, and related activities are thematic and focus on a wide range of social studies topics from Connecticut history to civics and geography.

  • Classroom Outreach Programs Classroom Outreach Programs

    If you can’t come to us, our programs can come to you! These programs use reproduction objects and documents from our collection along with hands-on activities to bring history to life.

  • Professional Development Professional Development

    Professional development workshops at CHS provide teachers with practical information, materials, and classroom strategies for integrating hands-on social studies teaching.

  • Scout and Youth Programs Scout and Youth Programs

    The Connecticut Historical Society offers a wide selection of programs for scout and youth groups.

  • Homeschool Day – SOLD OUT Homeschool Day – SOLD OUT

    Home School Days at the Connecticut Historical Society offer programs specifically designed for Home School families.

  • Join the adventure at August Adventures! Join the adventure at August Adventures!

    Explore life in the past this summer at the Connecticut Historical Society! At Summer Adventures, children ages 5-12 can discover Connecticut’s history with a week of indoor and outdoor museum programming.