Toe the line in our Victorian school house, re-enact a scene from the Famine or experience flight in our flight simulator...
These are just some of the options available in our programmes for schools and groups. We can cater for all ages and abilities.
Our professional Learning Centre Staff can help to bring your visit to life.
To enhance your visit to the museum, why not take part in interactive workshops and drama activities, take a Famine or Titanic tour, learn a traditional craft or skill, download worksheets or simply reminisce…
Staff will be happy to assist you in planning your visit in advance and help with any specific requirements such as programmes, resources and lunch facilities.
Education Booklet details
Bring classroom learning to life through hands-on, sensory experiences. Students may take on the role of a the witness, the defendant or a jury member in a courtroom drama session based on real Victorian cases, bake over an open fire, take home a hand dipped candle that they have made or learn more about Titanic by visiting the exhibition and participating in art and handling collection workshops. Download the Learning Programmes booklet to view the full range of possibilities.
Please note, Learning Centre staff will advise on the suitability of workshops for particular age groups. The workshops are led by experienced, trained staff and cover many areas of the curriculum.
Learning Programmes Booklet for Primary and Secondary Schools 2013-14