VIRTUAL EDUCATORS’ OPEN HOUSE
Join us online the third Thursday of each month for a Virtual Educators’ Open House to learn more our new online resources for K-12 students and teachers for the upcoming school year, including live educator-led virtual programs for students, lesson plans and information for educators, and asynchronous resources including workshops, videos, and virtual walk throughs. Each month, we will highlight a different resource or program to explore in depth. Talk with Museum staff, share information with colleagues, and go on a virtual walk through of some of our vintage trains and exhibits.
Venue: Online with the NY Transit Museum
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The American Revolution: Beyond the Battlefield at Fraunces Tavern Museum
Why did over 600 Native Americans from dozens of nations meet in Pittsburgh? Just how bad did it smell inside the hull of a prison ship in 1776? Who was the only woman listed on the Declaration of Ind...
Watson Adventures’ Murder at the Art Museum Virtual Scavenger Hunt at Virtual Museum Scavenger Hunt
There’s a killer on the loose, and it’s up to your team to stop him! The murderer bumped off a famous art critic, then taunted the police to expose them by completing a virtual murder mystery scavenge...
A Toast to History: Independence Eve at Fraunces Tavern Museum
Led by Ellen Baird* Lift your glass and toast to America’s independence with New York City Tour Guide Ellen Baird for a 2-hour walking tour of Revolutionary War history! Explore the sites and learn...