Discover dynamic education programs and curriculum resources about the history of our city, state, and nation.
VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS
Take a virtual museum field trip through the New-York Historical Society galleries with any of the programs highlighted below. Each virtual social studies field trip will introduce students to fascinating historical concepts and a new tool box of free online history resources they can use to continue their studies long after the trip is completed.
Every trip is 60 min and costs $120. Platforms available: Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Webex.
To learn more and to book please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage (grades 3–12)
Explore our Center for Women’s History to learn how women won the right to vote, how that right was contested for women of marginalized groups, and the many other ways women have exercised and expressed their political identities.
- Hudson Rising (Grades 3–12)
Explore the long social, political, and environmental history of the Hudson River to learn how this body of water has affected and continues to shape the history of New York.
- Objects Tell Stories (All Ages)
Learn to make inferences about life and people long ago from the artifacts they left behind.
- LGBTQ+ Expression Throughout History (Grades 4–12)
Celebrate the activism of the LGBTQ+ community by exploring artifacts, images, and documents from the 1960s to today!
Generous support for school group visits provided by Con Edison, the Pine Tree Foundation of New York, and Maggie & Robert Boroujerdi.