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School Group Kits
Hands-On History Experiential Program
Offered for grades 4 - 6
Immerse your students in the life of a 19th-century seaport village through any three of the following hands-on activities. They may be apprentices in the Shipsmith, Carve Shop or Print Shop; learn to cook on an open hearth; meet a roleplayer or hear a chantey performance; make a craft to take home; and board the L.A. Dunton.
Offered: November - March
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. (includes travel time between Museum activity locations and lunch on your own)
Group Size: 30 students minimum, 120 maximum
Chaperones: 1 adult per 10 students; 2 are recommended
Fees: $16 per person. Cost is for this program only and does not include admission to the Museum grounds. If you wish to visit the Museum regular group admission rates apply.
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One adult is required -- two are recommended -- for every 10 students. Chaperones are required to stay with their group at all times and are responsible for the safety and behavior of all students.