Learn at the Lewis
LEARN ABOUT THE MUSEUM
Educational Resources for Teachers & Students
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum offers education programs that encourage students, educators and families to celebrate and think critically about African American history and culture in Maryland. The museum’s collection explores the African American experience and tells the universal story of the struggle for liberty, equality and self-determination.
Let the museum bring your field trip experience to life through interactive theme tours, living history performances of prominent African Americans and other opportunities for students utilizing the museum. Examine the museum’s professional development courses on African American history and curriculum resources offerings for educators. Learn about additional resources for children and families.
Museum Education Offerings (K-12)
Group & School Tours
New! The Reginald F. Lewis Museum is offering virtual field trip experiences this school year. To learn more about these program offerings, click here.
Resources for Teachers
Educate your class with Museum resources perfect for kids of any age
Find out how students can take an active role in the Museum’s programs and exhibitions.