Teacher Resources

The Augusta Museum of History offers free and low-cost resources for teachers, after-school providers and parents.

We proudly present fun-filled, content-rich experiences for students K through 12 students.

Whether you're a teacher interested in helping your students understand and interpret Augusta and the CSRA's past, an activities director looking for a unique outing for your group, or a parent planning an adventure for your home-schooled children or just a fun family day trip, the Augusta Museum of History is here to help young minds connect to the past.

We offer docent-led and self-guided tours of the museum for both adults and school children. Docent-led tours must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance by calling the Museum at (706) 722-8454. Self-guided tours of more than 20 visitors must be scheduled one week in advance. Self-guided tour groups of 19 or less may visit without a reservation. Please inform us of any special needs or interests in your group when scheduling your tour. For school groups, the museum can accommodate up to one hundred children at one time, in groups no larger than twenty-five students.

The Augusta Museum of History's Education Department is committed to being a resource for schools. The museum uses state standards in all educational activities. A full delineation of standards can be found below.

Primary Source Program

The Museum strives to provide primary source programs and history labs for classrooms. Please click the below link to learn more about our Primary Source Program.

Primary Source Program

Hunt for History:

Teachers can use our Hunt for History scavenger hunt to create an individualized field trip.

Haven't seen what you need? Call Education Manager, Amy Schaffman, at 706-722-8454 to create programming specific to your classroom!

Curriculum

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