Students: Kindergarten - Adult

The East Hampton Historical Society is the parent organization for a complex of seven museums, historic sites and facilities of both local and national importance. Our mission to serve the residents and visitors of East Hampton through the collection, preservation and interpretation of the cultural heritage of the town extends to partnerships with schools and other educational institutions.

The East Hampton Historical Society programs are derived from exciting and innovative curriculum in areas of history, art, preservation, agriculture, cultural studies, natural history and marine environmental studies.

Our staff has worked to create field trips and school and community-based programs specifically developed to augment classroom instruction and enhance community programming in youth and adult centers and parks. Regardless of the site, lesson plans reflect the ages and developmental needs and abilities of participating students.

We also focus our resources to create educational experiences that meet the requirements of the New York State Learning Standards, Common Core and National Science Standards.

Please select from one or more of our topics to begin designing your program. We offer one hour, half day and full day programming.

  • Architectural History Agricultural History Art History
  • Botany
  • Cultural History
  • Cartography
  • Natural History
  • Marine Environment and Coastal Studies Marine Mammals
  • Science and Engineering

The educational opportunities with the East Hampton Historical Society are designed to inspire, educate and connect with your curriculum and professional development needs.

Our general program fee is $10.00 per student with a minimum class fee of $180.00. We also offer opportunities for studio art, science labs, and semester long programming.

Please email to design your program and to learn more about our educational opportunities.