2022-2023 Virtual and In-Person School Programs
The Long Island Museum invites you to connect with us through virtual or in-person programs this 2022-2023 school year. Our field trips offer students and teachers the opportunity to immerse themselves in our renowned history and art collections, through inquiry-based learning and hands-on activities. From traditional onsite experiences, to live remote sessions with museum educators, the LIM has programs to suit your students from Pre-K through High School. Programs are aligned with national and NYS learning standards, as well as the NYSED Culturally Responsive-Sustaining (CR-S) Education Framework.
Take a quick tour of the Education Departments programs. View the video and brochure below to see all of our virtual and in-person offerings.
An educator will reply to you within 24-48 hours of receiving your information request.
We look forward to connecting with you and helping to spark your students’ curiosity and creativity during this unique time.
Meet the Museum
Firefighting in Nineteenth Century America
Long Island Long Ago
Plan Your Visit
Virtual Programs Pre-K – Grade 1
In-Person Programs Pre-K – Grade 1
Virtual Programs Grades 2-4
In-Person Programs Grades 2-4
Virtual/In-Person Programs for Grades 4-8
Virtual & In-Person Access Programs
Registration and Payment
LIM Rides for Kids
Colors of Long Island: Student Art Exhibition
2021-2022 Virtual and In-Person School Programs have been made possible in part by funding from the following:
Avalon Park & Preserve
Bliss Restaurant County of Suffolk
Suffolk County Legislator Kara Hahn
Debbie & Tom Sullivan
Evolve Bank & Trust
Humanities New York
National Endowment for the Humanities
New York Community Bank Foundation
New York State Council on the Arts
Quinn & Feiner Service Company
Stafford Associates Computer Specialists, Inc