Seamlessly straddling the line between civilization and nature.
Programs for Students
The museum hosts Fall and Spring programs in the Visitor Education Center. A variety of materials are available to teachers to enhance the visit to the museum. Our education center welcomes students from near and far. Students get hands on experience using tools of the canal era. The museum site offers opportunities for archaeology digs too!
Artifacts Tell The Story Worksheet (PDF)
Biography of a Broken Dish (PDF)
"And I Was There" Exercise (PDF)
All In A Days Dig Writing Exercise (PDF)
Follow-Up Activities Chart (PDF)
Categorizing Artifacts (PDF)
Student Group Visits
To schedule a class visit, please contact the museum program coordinator at (315) 687-3801 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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