Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center is proud to offer educational resources for students and teachers!

Through interactive tours of our historic house museum, K-12 students will step back in time to make personal connections to history. Our programs help students develop a sense of place and a sense of connection to the community where they live and go to school. Students will discover historical events that occurred in Ridgefield, perhaps even their own hometown and state, which provide a window into the larger themes of United States history. We offer critical resources from KTM&HC’s Collections to teachers to learn about local history.

Our programs connect past and present through storytelling, interactive lessons, and primary source investigation. Programs are led by experienced school docents and are customized for students of all ages and abilities.

Our school programs and online learning units support the C3 Frameworks for Social Studies, Connecticut Social Studies Frameworks, Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and STEM + STEAM guidelines.

For more information, or to schedule a visit, please contact the Education Department in the museum office. To book a digital program, please fill out our digital program request form and email it to

If you’re looking to book a group tour for adults, please contact us at