The Farmers’ Museum is devoted to preserving America’s rural heritage through interactive exhibits, living history programs, and educational workshops that depict farming and rural life. We have designed programming that will support your curriculum and help students make real world connections to their learning.
We also have an active Distance Learning Program that can bring the museum’s resources to classrooms all over the world. And we offer professional development opportunities for educators through The New York State Historical Association's annual October Conference for Teachers.
Thank you for your interest in our education program! To learn more about any of our offerings, please email Kim Gunther at firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-547-1461 or (toll free at 1-888-547-1450 ext. 461). You can also read our FAQs.
Our sister institution, the Fenimore Art Museum, is right across the street and also offers a wide range of school programs. Click here to visit its website.