For Schools and Afterschool Programs

Search Historic New England's award-winning school and youth programs

Hands-on programs at our historic sites or your location

Historic New England’s school and youth programs earn national attention for the innovative ways in which they use historical resources to reinforce and enrich student learning. Programs are fun, multi-disciplinary, and suited to a variety of learning styles.

A Tale of Two Houses: Mid-Coast Maine in the 1800s

Location: Maine

Grades: Grades 3-5

Topics: Architecture, Family, Slavery and Civil War

Types: Field Trips, Summer Programs

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Amongst Friends: Sarah Orne Jewett and Her World

Location: Maine

Grades: Grades 3-5, Middle School

Topics: Architecture, Environment, Family

Types: Field Trips, Scouts, Summer Programs

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Classic Times: Pompeii through Today

Location: Massachusetts: Metro Boston

Grades: Grades 3-5, Middle School

Topics: Archaelogy, Architecture, Colonial Life, Revolutionary Period

Types: Field Trips

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Creative Spaces

Location: Massachusetts: Metro Boston

Grades: Grades 3-5, Preschool – Grade 2

Topics: Architecture, Family, Story and Crafts

Types: After School, Field Trips, Programs to Go, Scouts, Summer Programs

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Deck the Walls

Location: Massachusetts: Metro Boston

Grades: Grades 3-5, Middle School

Topics: Architecture, Story and Crafts

Types: After School, Scouts, Summer Programs

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Otis House Student Tour

Location: Massachusetts: Metro Boston

Grades: Grades 3-5, High School, Middle School

Topics: Architecture, Colonial Life, Revolutionary Period

Types: Field Trips

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