Museum Field Trips
Educational programming can be adapted for older groups as well. Please contact Amanda Hanson-Putziger for additional information or to schedule, please contact Amanda Hanson-Putziger at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adapted In-person Field Trip (recommended for K–3rd grade)
Learn about Skokie’s first settlers and how they lived through a hands-on presentation in the main museum building including photographs, artifacts, early American toys and more. Split into smaller groups, students will also briefly tour the log cabin.
Length of trip: 1½–2 hours
$45 per group (25 students max)
Virtual Field Trip via Zoom—New! (recommended for K–3rd grade)
A 40-minute tour of the Log Cabin and Engine House followed by time for questions and answers.
$30 per group
School Outreach Program—New! (recommended for K–3rd grade)
If you can't come out to visit us, the Museum will come to you! Experience Skokie History and early settler life in the classroom. Learn about the daily life of early Skokie settlers through photographs, artifacts, early American toys and more. Schools must be in Niles, Evanston or New Trier Township.
Length: 1½ hours
$45 per classroom visit
Virtual Abbreviated History of Skokie Lecture—New! (recommended for ages 16 )
Is your organization or group interested in learning more about Skokie’s long history? In this virtual presentation, Museum staff present a brief history of Skokie through images, maps and documents.
$30 per lecture