Educational Programs

Did you know?

Many of Kingston’s museums, art galleries, and historic sites offer curriculum linked education programming? 

Whether you're seeking curriculum linked educational programming, programs for preschoolers, after school and camp programming, or a volunteer opportunity for yourself, chances are that one of our sites can accomodate your needs.

  • Grappling with Historical Thinking curriculum requirements? Help is only a click away. You'll find lesson plans, assessment tools, a historical thinking blog, free posters, powerpoints, and additional resources, brought to you by UBC's Centre for the Study of Historical Consciousness, Canadian Heritage, and the History Education Network.
  • Apply for your class to be part of Beyond Classrooms Kingston
  • We also have some great community partners - Kingston Regional Heritage Fair and Rotary Club Adventures in History who help us bring history alive!

You can visit any of our members' websites directly, to get specific information about curriculum linked educational programming, or to book a visit. See the list at the bottom of this page, for direct links to sites which can accommodate programming visits.

Bringing several classes? Want to plan a full-day's outing?

Our sites will be happy to help you plan an itinerary, which will include a visit to several sites, and perhaps a picnic location. We can even help you find bus parking. Contact us at info@kingstonmuseums.ca for more information.

Check out the full range of edu-tourism options Kingston has to offer.  Print out the Teacher's Handbook, listed below.

Interested in our curriculum links? Want to know what grade levels we can accommodate? You can find that information here.

  • Kingston
  • The Great Waterway
  • KEDCO
  • Tourism Kingston