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School programs are a great way for you and your students to learn about Ohio history and have fun at the same time! To learn more about the programs, click on the links below. For more information on these programs or to schedule your group for a visit you may call 614.297.2663 or 800.686.1541 or send an email to reservations@ohiohistory.org. To download the Field Trip Planner click here.

Click on the name of each program learn more about it and how to schedule.

Common Cents

See what happens when students take on the business of running Ohio Village! Using Historic Thinking Skills, students will learn basic economics and budgeting as they buy, sell and earn. Available select dates in April.

Discover Archaeology

Students will participate in a hands-on simulated archaeological dig under the direction of an education specialist. The students will also have hands on experience with tools and games from the time period. Available on select dates in October.

Founding Documents

Immerse your students in the Founding Documents of America with a full day devoted to the Ohio Constitution, Northwest Ordinance, Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.

School Days, School Days

Students will learn of schooling and the study of reading, 'riting, and 'rithmetic in a one-room school during the late 1800s during this half-day workshop. Available on select dates in March.

Thunder Mugs and Tea Cups

During this program students will learn of the splendor and hardships of the Victorian life in a small Ohio town during the late 1800s. There will be hands on activities to illustrate the life of a child during this time. Available on select dates in May.

Underground Railroad

For this program, costumed characters greet students at the various businesses and residences of the Ohio Village. At each location along the way students will learn about slavery, states' rights, and abolitionists. Available on select dates in April.

Winter Holidays

This program examines several ethnic winter holidays and traditions, and how each culture celebrates them. Available on select dates in December.

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