Plan a Class Visit

Museum Strathroy-Caradoc welcomes school groups to explore exhibits and discover our local history. Museum staff are happy to work with you to draft a program that complements Ontario curriculum objectives.

Class visits normally include: 

  • A tour of the feature exhibit
  • Activities and educational programming directly related to the feature exhibit, and
  • A tour of the collections storage facility.
  • Class visits may also be planned to complement a specific topic or research exercise. Contact the Museum today to book your visit and learning session.


Guided Tour: $2 per student

Guided Tour & additional programming: $4 per student

General Admission (self-guided, no staff assistance): FREE/by donation


Request a Staff Visit

Museum staff are available to deliver programming on a variety of subjects in your own classroom. Contact the Museum today to request a staff visit and plan a fun and dynamic presentation for your students.


NEW Locker Project: A Hallway of History

This new program is designed for secondary schools and can be tailored to each classes needs. Through workshops, assignments, and collaboration between students, teachers, and museum staff, students become curators! Working individually or in groups, students will create 2D locker exhibits and/or display cases available in the school. This project-based learning opportunity seeks to accommodate different learning styles and offers teachers a new way to address curriculum-based course material and historical thinking concepts.

  • Estimated time to complete project is about one month
  • 2-3 Museum Workshops (In-class and/or on-site)
    • Topics include; story telling, exhibit design, artifact handling, graphic design, etc.
  • Class time to work on the project (teacher’s discretion)
  • Flexible topic choices
  • Museum to provide material for didactics
  • $10 per student (includes up to 3 visits, in-class or on-site)
    • Additional fee for mileage for outside the Municipality Strathroy-Caradoc.


Current Opportunities

Email the Curator or call (519) 245-1105 ext. 321 to enquire about educational programming opportunities.

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