For the 2023-2024 school year, the Cleveland History Center is excited to offer our Homeschool Field Trip series for the first time since 2020. Hosted at the Cleveland History Center in University Circle once a month on a Thursday, this year’s Homeschool Field Trip days invite students to dig in to the people, places, and ideas that have made Cleveland what it is today.
Students will be grouped and paired with a Museum Educator based on their age (3-5, 6-8, 9-12, and 13+) to ensure age-appropriate program content based on the day’s theme. We reserve the right to combine age groups as needed based on day of attendance. Each program is from 10am-12pm on the day of the event.
November 16, 2023 – Native American Cultures – click here to purchase admission!
How have different Native American cultures transformed Cleveland? This November, during Native American Heritage Month, students will discover how we learn about prehistoric peoples, compare and contrast different historic indigenous cultures that have lived in Ohio, and learn about how Native Americans still live in our region today.
Students: $8 each | Parents: Free | Ages 0-2: Free
Includes full museum admission for the rest of the day, space to eat lunch after the program, and a ride on the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel.
Season Pass: $55 per student – click here to purchase!
Includes admission to all eight 2023-2024 Homeschool Field Trip Day programs with the above listed benefits per day. Please note that the Season Pass option is not transferable; benefits may be used only to the student whose info is provided at the time of registration.
The Cleveland History Center is listed as a Qualified Education Service Provider through the Ohio Afterschool Child Enrichment Educational Savings Program, and Homeschool Field Trip admissions, along with WRHS Memberships, may be reimbursable expenses for eligible program participants.