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Field Trips

Join a National Liberty Museum Educator as they bring liberty to life through engaging tours and workshops. Our field trip programs are designed for upper elementary, middle, and high school audiences. All field trips are available for virtual or on-site experiences and last 45-60 minutes. Supplemental curricular materials are provided upon booking to further enhance the field trip content before and after the program. All field trip programs and materials are aligned with national and state education standards and reflect cross-curricular learning in English Language Arts, Literacy, Social Studies, and Civics and Government.


What is Liberty (General Museum Tour)

 Recommended for Grades 4-12

During this introductory tour experience, students identify the meaning of liberty by exploring the Museum’s core galleries. Through multimedia presentations, exhibit discovery, interactive activities, and meaningful discussion, students will learn about symbols of liberty throughout history and be introduced to people from around the world who did extraordinary things in the name of liberty. The tour program provides a comprehensive overview of the concept of liberty and establishes a solid foundation for further investigation and analysis in additional workshop experiences offered through the National Liberty Museum. 

Conflict Resolution Toolkit (Workshop)

Recommended for grades 4-12

During this interactive workshop, students will learn practical strategies for taking action when they see an opportunity to be an “upstander” for justice. Through roleplay and discussion, students will be introduced to a variety of conflict resolution strategies and equip their toolkits with the skills needed to address conflict in responsible, productive ways. They will come away with the understanding that conflict is a normal part of life and, when met with active listening and reason, can turn into formative learning experiences. 

Heroes, From Comics to Reality (Workshop)

Recommended for grades 4-6

In this gallery walkthrough and interactive workshop, students explore what it means to be a hero, and identify real-life heroes in the world today. Through investigation and discussion, students will dig deeper into the stories of people who have worked to ensure liberty for themselves and others. Drawing on the character traits of heroes, each student will create their own superhero who embodies values that are important to them and addresses social issues that matter to them.

Media Literacy Today: A Credibility Crash Course (Workshop)

Recommended for grades 4-8

During this interactive workshop, students will enhance their media literacy and research skills through games and discussion. Students will learn how to investigate sources based on their currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose, and choose sources that are appropriate for the research questions at hand. Whether you’re preparing to do a research project or encouraging a more informed way to navigate the internet’s many sources, this workshop will leave students with concrete ways to evaluate the information they are faced with every day.

Allies in Action (Workshop)

Recommended for grades 6-12

This gallery walkthrough and workshop will lead students to a discovery of rights and responsibilities by examining social movements that aim to protect liberty for others. During this interactive experience, students will study art, videos, and other primary source materials to learn about the importance of allies and allyship in the fight for equal rights. Students will discuss the presence of allies today, and how they can affect positive social change. Reflecting on their own motivations and inspiration, students will create a work of art to share their vision for change.

Booking Information

All field trips must be booked at least 2 weeks in advance.

On-Site Field Trips

Availability: Monday, Thursday, & Friday, 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Group Size: 10 people minimum, 80 peoplemaximum (per hour) – 1 Adult chaperone required for every 10 Youth

Pricing Per Guided Program: $5 per Youth, $11 per Adult (1 complimentary Adult for every 10 Youth)

Pricing for Self-Guided Visit: $4 per Youth, $10 per Adult (1 complimentary Adult for every 10 Youth)

Virtual Field Trips

Availability: Monday through Friday, 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Group Size: 10 students minimum, 100 students maximum

Pricing: $100 for up to 30 people, $65 for each additional group of up to 30 people

To schedule a Virtual or On-Site Field Trip, please complete and submit the form below. Submission of this form does not confirm your reservation. You will receive an email from one of our staff members to continue the booking process.


Tue ‒ Thu: 09am ‒ 07pm
Fri ‒ Mon: 09am ‒ 05pm

Adults: $25
Children & Students free

673 12 Constitution Lane Massillon
781-562-9355, 781-727-6090