Meet the Museum: A World Before Cars

What is transportation and why is it important to us? How do people and things travel from one place to another, and how was this accomplished in the past? Students will learn about some of the exciting vehicles in the museum’s world-renowned collection and begin to understand why they were built and how they worked.

  • One 1-hour in-person visit; Curriculum & materials for one post-visit module 
  • Pricing is per program, per class: 
    • 15 students single class $100 
    • 30 students single class $150 10% discount for booking multiple programs as a se

Meet the Museum: Firefighting in 19th Century America

Fire safety is an important topic that students learn about each year. How did fire safety differ long ago, and how did communities work together to keep people and homes safe? Students will explore our antique firefighting vehicles and think about how they would keep their community safe, finishing the program by designing their own fire buckets.

  • One 1-hour in-person visit; Curriculum & materials for one post-visit module 
  • Pricing is per program, per class: 
    • 15 students single class $100 
    • 30 students single class $150 10% discount for booking multiple programs as a series

Meet the Museum: Through An Artist’s Eyes (available Spring 2022)

What kinds of art does the museum collect and where can we go to see these objects? Students use color as a lens to explore artworks in the Long Island Museum collection. How do artists create with color, and how can young students begin to understand color theory? Program will culminate with a color wheel mixing project.

  • One 1-hour in-person visit; Curriculum & materials for one post-visit module 
  • Pricing is per program, per class: 
    • 15 students single class $100 
    • 30 students single class $150 10% discount for booking multiple programs as a series