Museum educators in period dress will come to your classroom and conduct one or more of our exceptional outreach programs. Outreach programs to classrooms include modified versions of select in-person field trips and completely new programs designed specifically for your classroom. Additional workshops are available with each program. All outreach programming is based on current Common Core and New Jersey Department of Education standards and will include pre-visit activities.
Step back in time to experience a day in the life of a child in colonial America.
Explore how life has changed for three generations of children at Liberty Hall Museum.
Students will discover and choose which side of the American Revolution they want to join, all while exploring William Livingston’s revolutionary lifestyle.
Students will hear and illustrate the story of our mascot, Livingston Fox and learn about some of the other tall tales that sprang up about the heroes of the American Revolution.
Students will play with the same toys that entertained early American children and make their own set of marbles to take home.
Students will step into the role of a spy during the American Revolution and learn about their methods along with a real colonial secret code.
Students will learn about the art collection of Liberty Hall and its many different genres to find inspiration for creating their very own masterpieces!
Students will explore selections from the extensive book collection of Liberty Hall before making a series of handmade books.
We offer four different educational workshops to complement your class trip. Available for grades Kindergarten- 5th.