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LIM Rides for Kids

The museum’s education initiative is a cornerstone of its mission and a vital community service. In 2013, the LIM piloted a reduced-fee education program. Many underserved school districts do not have the resources to send students to the museum to take part in on-site education programs. The new reduced-fee education initiative addressed this need directly...

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Colors of Long Island

This annual exhibit affords an opportunity for hundreds of students from across Long Island to display their artwork in a museum setting. Art teachers from grades K through 12 are invited to submit up to two pieces, either created individually or by groups.  Submissions are limited to two individual pieces or one group project per school. ...

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Class Trips

The Long Island Museum was incorporated in 1939 as a non-profit educational organization. The museum’s nationally-known collections include the horse-drawn vehicles, art and historic artifacts. Serving more than 12,000 students across Long Island each year, the museum is a New York State-chartered educational institution with programs designed to support state and national learning standards in...

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