Larz Anderson Auto Museum

Program: A ‘real life engineering’ trip to add a historical context to the concept of mechanical engineering. A fun and down to earth way to see how we use this one engineering product in our daily lives! Description: The Larz Anderson Auto Museum provides an exciting educational experience for adults and children alike. Through text, video, and original artifacts, the Museum is able to provide an understanding of the automobile age and how it has changed our society. Date/Time/Location: Tuesday February 11 ... Read More

Hammond Castle Museum

Program: John Hays Hammond, Jr., "An American Inventor". We need a Minimum of 20 people and a maximum of 50 for this class. Description: This is a first person presentation of John Hays Hammond Jr. Students meet Dr. John Hays Hammond, Jr. at the drawbridge the drawbridge and learn how a man born in 1888 became a millionaire by the age of 19, developed over 800 inventions, and worked for the future while surrounding himself with the past. His choice of subjects varies with each program, but generally includes ... Read More

USS Constitution Museum

Trip: This Hostorical field trip to USS Constitution Museum is presented to you by Kristen Callina, founder of 'Outside the Box Homeschoolers' If you have any further questions you can reach her here. This activity requires a minimum of 10 students to book, this class has a maximum number of 30 students. Description: In this simulation game, students take on the role of fully researched individuals from USS Constitution's War of 1812 crew. In teams, they complete a series of hands-on challenges like those the ... Read More

Tea is Brewing

Trip: This Two site Hostorical field trip to Faneuil Hall and Old South Meeting House is presented to you by Kristen Callina, founder of 'Outside the Box Homeschoolers' If you have any further questions you can reach her here. This activity requires a minimum of 10 students to book, we have no maximum number of students for this trip. Description: Tea is Brewing: Two-site visit includes Faneuil Hall and Old South Meeting House (2 Hour version) Experience the meeting that protested a tax… and sparked a Revolution ... Read More

Colonial Days & Inventing American

Trip: This Hostorical field trip to the American Textile History Museum is presented to you by Kristen Callina, founder of 'Outside the Box Homeschoolers' If you have any further questions you can reach her here This activity requires a minimum of 10 students to book, we have no maximum number of students for this trip. Description: This program includes two programs in addition to Museum Admission with a break in between for lunch. 1) Colonial Days: Experience life in a 1770's village as you try weaving, ... Read More