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Visit the Historic Village, Nature Center, or the John L. Wehle Gallery. There is nothing like a face-to-face, in-person, hands-on experience at GCV&M. On-site Field Trips are available on select dates in March, April, October, and December and regularly from May through September.
Meet us online for a Live Virtual Field Trip. Choose from our themed programs or let us partner with you to create a special program to meet your student’s needs. Virtual Field Trips are available on select dates from January through April and in November.
Let us come to you with our Moveable Museum program. Invite a costumed interpreter, curator, or naturalist – along with their trunk full of activities and learning materials – into your classroom, community center, or library. Moveable Programs can be scheduled year-round based on availability.
Contact our Program Registrar to schedule your program – call (585) 294-8218 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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We bring the museum to you! Students discover what pioneer life was like for the settlers of Western New York. Using 19th-century objects and clothing,
We bring the museum to you! Students will explore the sweet history and science behind maple sugar and syrup production from early America to present-day
We bring the museum to you! A Museum naturalist brings a group of small animal friends for your students to meet. This program focuses on
We bring the museum to you! The story of a 19th-century family comes alive as our Museum educator brings a cart full of objects for
We bring the museum to you! Guided by a costumed museum educator, students play with jackstraws, cup-and-ball, the whimmy-diddle, buzz saw, and much more. Those
We bring the museum to you! We turn your classroom into a 19th-century one-room schoolhouse. Our costumed museum educator reminds students of the rules of
We bring the museum to you! Our museum educator brings unusual and everyday objects from the 19th century to your classroom. Students have the opportunity
Heads up, teachers, our maple-themed programming s back! Join us on-site or in the classroom for a number of sweet educational offerings.