HistoryMiami Museum is committed to serving South Florida’s students, teachers and adult learners through exciting and innovative programs. Bringing over 10,000 years of South Florida history to life, HistoryMiami Museum has been welcoming visitors since 1984.
Our education programs are designed to provide age and grade-level appropriate experiences, while focusing on different learning modalities. Critical thinking is elicited as students compare and contrast the past and present and are encouraged to visualize and discuss what the future may be like, based on patterns of the past.
All programs are correlated to state educational standards. The programs also address curriculum areas beyond social studies, including language arts, mathematics and science (where applicable). All programs are led by trained Museum Educators.
In-person Programs for Schools, Camps and Clubs
In the interest of safety for our visitors and staff, and following official guidance, in-person programs for schools, camps and clubs are not available at this time.
A Day @ the Museum Immerse your class in a meaningful, hands-on, guided museum experience as you explore our collection and galleries.
Museum on the Go! Let us come to you! Students will explore the history of our community, our region, and our world through interactive hands-on experiences. Build the connection between the past, present and future with these dynamic and portable programs.
’round Town Explore your community and immerse yourself in the past. Enjoy the sights and sounds of our local history at one of our local historic sites.
Virtual Programs for Schools, Camps and Clubs
Select the Self-guided Virtual Program of the Tropical Dreams exhibition and you will find text you can assign as readings, links to videos and other resources for further research and ideas for activities that you can modify and make your own.
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F.A.Q. and School and Camp Policies Click Here.