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Homeschool Programs

The Maryland Center for History and Culture is happy to provide onsite and at-home resources for homeschool families.

Onsite Resources

Do you want to come visit the museum? We have plenty of guided and self-guided options available.


School days

History comes alive for students with our interactive school programs placed at different stops within the exhibitions at MCHC.

Family Exhibition Tours

Take tours through almost all of MCHC’s exhibitions.

scavenger hunt

Ask about the scavenger hunt at the front desk when you arrive. There are options for both older and younger students.

exhibtion interactives

Engage with interactive features including a Lego table and oversized loom.

At-Home Programs

Are you not able to visit the museum? MCHC is happy to offer resources to use at home.

Virtual Field Trips

MCHC offers live, interactive, and fun Virtual Field Trips for students of all ages.

Historical Investigations Portal

The Historical Investigations Portal is MCHC’s online curriculum, offering interactive lessons plans that allow students to analyze and synthesize multiple primary sources to draw evidence-based conclusions about compelling historical questions.

Education Video Library

From the American Revolution to oysters and civil rights, MCHC’s Education Department produces a wide range of educational videos.

Digital Learning Resources

Our Digital Learning Resources offer fun videos and engaging lesson focusing on all aspects of Maryland’s history.

the black freedom struggle during the Civil war video lesson package

Explore our Video Lesson Package that includes topics such as “Slavery and Activism Leading up to the Civil War,” “United States Colored Troops,” and “13th, 14th, 15th Amendments.”

digital Collections

Want to explore what MCHC has in its collections? Digital Collections allows you to search both our library and museum collections.

Color Maryland’s history

Print out the coloring book featuring items from MCHC’s collection.

Have a Question?

Please call 410-685-3750, ext. 334, or email alothstein@mdhistory.org.