Onsite Programs

Bring your students to KTM&HC and immerse them in centuries of local history! Our emphasis on interactive, place-based learning creates new opportunities for learning and engagement, connecting to and building on what’s already happening in your classroom.

Programs are led by experienced museum educators and are customized for students of all ages and abilities. Reservations are required for all groups and must be made at least four weeks in advance.

School programs last from 45 minutes to four hours, depending on the selected program and additional extension activities. Programs can be tailored to individual needs and requirements, so please reach out with any questions or ideas for integrating our programs into your classroom learning. Fees are subject to change. Please note: due to the size of our historic house museum, we allow no more than four adults in the building with one class at a time.

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. We are currently working to integrate the Frameworks on American Slavery and Social Justice from Learning for Justice, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, into our programs as well.

Our programs can be optimized to meet the needs of homeschool groups of all ages. Check out our Homeschool Group flyer and contact the Education Department for more information.

45-90 minute program:
3-4 hour program
(all day):
Adult Chaperone
(per 10 students):

$10 per student
$20-$25 per student

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For additional questions, please email us.